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The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) links new ideas and opportunities with expertise, markets and finance through our network of businesses, universities, funders and investors. From biotechnology to autonomous systems and from energy to design, KTN combines in-depth knowledge in all sectors with the ability to cross boundaries. KTN is a network partner of Innovate UK, helping to deliver UK economic growth.
KTN’s Synthetic Biology team focuses on partnering UK’s growing synthetic biology industry with industrial collaborators, research-base expertise and all relevant stakeholders, enabling cross-sector commercialisation.
As a partner in the KETBIO Biotech transfer project, KTN aims to identify Europe's most innovative results in biotechnology research, including synthetic biology and help to speed up their market uptake.
For detailed information on KTN please visit https://www.ktn-uk.co.uk
Evonetix is set to revolutionise de novo gene synthesis to facilitate the fast-growing and exciting field of synthetic biology. Our unique selling point is driven by high fidelity and parallelisation of gene synthesis. www.evonetix.com
BMG LABTECH is a leading global developer and manufacturer of innovative, high-quality, and reliable microplate reader instrumentation. BMG LABTECH has been committed to producing microplate readers for more than twenty-five years. By focusing on the needs of the scientific community, the company’s innovative microplate readers have earned the company the reputation of being a technology leader in the field. BMG LABTECH has developed a wide range of dedicated and multi-mode microplate readers for life sciences applications and high-throughput screening.
The SBRC-Nottingham is one of six synthetic biology research centres established by the UK Research councils BBSRC and EPSRC.
Our centre concentrates on engineering bacteria to make industrially-useful products from C1-feedstocks including the greenhouse gases, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide and methane.