Helping Robots to Build New Antibiotics

A team from The University of Manchester, led by Future BRH and SYNBIOCHEM scientist Professor Eriko Takano,  have engineered a common gut bacterium to produce a new class of antibiotics by using robotics. These antibiotics, known as class II polyketides, are also...

Future BRH July 2019 Newsletter

We are pleased to announce that the first issue of our monthly newsletter has been published, including news about our recent Launch Event, the Greater Manchester Local Industrial Strategy  and two new Future BRH recruitment opportunities at UCL.  A copy of the...

Future BRH Research Fellow Positions, UCL

We are pleased to announce that two new Future BRH Research Fellow positions have now been advertised. The positions are based at University College London’s Department of Biochemical Engineering, a key spoke of the Future BRH.  To read more and apply, please...

Future BRH Launch Event (19th & 20th June 2019)

To mark the launch of the Future BRH, a two day event was held at the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology on 19 and 20 June.The event was attended by over 150 leading academics and business leaders, plus regional and national policymakers to help map out a shared...

Future BRH Announced by Greg Clark MP

Greg Clark MP (Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) formally announced the Future Biomanufacturing Research Hub as part of a visit to the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology where he was involved in the launch of the Greater Manchester...

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