People, skills and training news
Continuing our series of Great British bioscience pioneers, we take a look at Dr Curtis Dobson from The University of Manchester whose work on infections and Alzheimer’s disease led to a new class of anti-infective compounds. "I began my career investigating the controversial role of metal toxicity on the nervous system in Alzheimer’s disease."
BBSRC and LND Science Festival are partnering to bring you the Great British Bioscience Festival. Over 20 engaging and exciting displays will be on offer, showcasing the best of British bioscience.
BBSRC’s prestigious Innovator of the Year 2015 competition to celebrate researchers who are harnessing the potential of their research for the benefit of society and the economy is now open to applications. Three category winners will receive £15,000 for the best Commercial, Social and Most Promising research respectively, with an overall winner receiving a further £15,000.