8 February 2023
SCI’s Engineering Biology group
SCI, London, UK
Engineering Biology is an important and fast developing technology. It is “the application of rigorous engineering principles to the design of biological systems, with the objective of contributing to economic activity and sustainable and resource-efficient solutions to the societal challenges faced in food, chemicals, materials, water, energy, health and environmental protection.
In order to address the challenges within this field to innovate, scale, and implement, a close interaction and collaboration of various businesses is required. Of particular relevance is the interaction of SMEs with investors and larger corporations.
This one-day event focuses on innovative SME’s showcasing how engineering biological systems is allowing them to pivot and navigate a new sustainable landscape. Additionally, it will concentrate on how these SMEs develop their business, interact with larger corporations and interact with investors. This event follows on from the success of the Engineering Biology – Applications for Chemistry-using Business event, held at SCI in May 2022.
Registration is encouraged from potential users or practitioners of Engineering Biology principles, as well as those who are already using such approaches. This includes those who have successfully implemented and scaled engineering approaches to biological systems, those who have progressed but got stuck along the way, and those who are just considering incorporating Engineering Biology within their business and want to find out more!
Please note this event is targeted at delegates who are active in relevant industry sectors and overall places will be limited. Therefore SCI reserves the right to request additional information about a delegate’s experience prior to confirming their place.
14/15 Belgrave Square
Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561
SCI Members attending this meeting are able to claim CPD points.
For further information and prices, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Bott, SCI
Darren Budd, BASF
Nick Challoner, Croda
Ted Chapman, GSK
Ian Fotheringham, Ingenza
Martin Hayes, Johnson Matthey
Damian Kelly, Croda
Karolina Korzycka, P&G
Neil Parry, Unilever
Markus Pompejus, BASF