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The Institute of Bio-Sensing Technology and UWE bring together world leading experts in bio-sensing technology in Spain
The 3rd International Conference on Bio-Sensing Technology 2013 held in Sitges, Spain on 12-15 May was an outstanding success. Joseph Wang, Distinguished Professor of University California delivered the 2013 Bio-Sensing Technology Lecture to an audience of world-leading academics and companies who clearly recognised the Institute of Bio-Sensing Technology and UWE as key international players in the specialised field of biosensors.
|Find out more about the 2013 Bio-Sensinng conference||07/06/13|
UWE professor named as 'outstanding innovator' for work on food safety
The Royal Academy of Engineering has awarded a prestigious Engineering Enterprise Fellowship to Professor Janice Kiely from UWE Bristol. It is one of five awards that the Academy has just made to outstanding innovators at UK universities
Professor Kiely won the accolade for her work in developing bio-sensing systems for rapid, automated detection of food contaminations such as salmonella, e. coli and listeria, which are harmful to human health. This is at the interface of engineering and biochemistry and results from a long standing collaboration with Professor Richard Luxton. ...
|More about the story||07/06/13|
Centre for Alternative Testing and In-vitro Monitoring- Appointment of the Director
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Bret Dash as the Director of the Centre for Alternative Testing and In-vitro Monitoring (CATIM), based at the University of the West of England’s Frenchay campus, Bristol. CATIM, an ERDF funded Business Technology Centre for the South West, is dedicated to the development of technologies for monitoring cells and cell systems. It will offer state of the art testing facilities and expertise for businesses, supporting the development and evaluation of the bio-compatibility and the biological potency of new products.
Bret is a bioscience professional with 16 years of experience in the field of technology commercialisation. He has worked with global corporations and venture capital funded start-ups in the US and Europe as commercial lead on multi-disciplined teams to develop, market, sell and support leading-edge technologies for the genomic research, drug discovery and clinical research markets.
|For more information about Centre for Alternative Testing and In-Vitro Monitoring here.||22/02/13|