Brexit- how does it affect P4SB and it's partners?
""Following the UK electorate’s decision to leave the European Union (EU), I know that people will have a lot of questions, many of which we cannot easily answer today. However, in the short-term there will not be any immediate material change to the immigration status of current and prospective staff and students, nor to the way the UK University sector participates in EU programmes such as Horizon 2020 and Erasmus."-Professor G Q Max Lu, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Surrey
Let´s keep our fingers crossed that the referendum has no serious consequences for our P4SB-project!
Congratulations to Melissa Hart, who worked for our close partner SynBio lab at the University of Surrey. She has not only graduated today but also won the GlaxoSmithKline Foundation prize to the best Biochemistry project of this year!
Melissa worked under the supervision of Manuel Salvador and developed a molecular tool for CRISPRi in Pseudomonas putida. Her work was part of Surrey's contribution to P4SB.
Need an interesting way to connect to the world of Biotechnology? Try the 17th European Congress on Biotechnology Kraków!
The Congress will provide an excellent opportunity for interaction between the scientific community and many segments of the biotechnology industry to provide a platform for exchanging ideas and their applications.
We are very proud to announce, that the poster of Manuel from our project partner University of Surrey has been selected as the best poster of the symposium “Bioenergia y Bioproductos” at the BIO.IBEROAMERICA 2016 congres.
Very well done, Manuel and congratulations from the entire consortium!
Our project partner CSIC gave a P4SB presentation with the title "Protein interactions drive the intracellular organization of bioplastics produced by P. putida" at the BIO.IBEROAMERICA 2016, which took place from 5 to 8 June 2016 in Salamanca. Well done, Natalia!