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BBSRC NIBB Anaerobic Digestion (AD) Network
Industrial Seeding Catalyst Funding Announced - Apply now! We are pleased to announce that the AD Network has received funding from the Industrial Catalyst Seeding fund via the BBSRC to use in an open competition for awards up to the value of £50K. Applications are invited for projecrs that will take existing research towards translational development and/or for preliminary stage concepts that are likely to have a high impact and lead to rapid commercialisation. Projects must be completed by the 15th of February 2018 and the deadline for applications is 1600 hrs on the 18th of September. Download the application guidance and form from our funding page. Note that application form V2 has been modified so that the financial section is clearly specified to be 100% FEC. Monitoring the Microbiome University of Warwick, 14 Sep 17 - 1000-1500hrs Scientists at The University of Warwick warmly invite you to attend a workshop detailing key findings from the UKs first AD microbiome monitoring project (http://anaerodynamics.com).  Come along to this FREE event on the 14th September at The University of Warwick and hear about the complex microbial communities that reside in anaerobic digesters and how these microbes affect and are affected by operational conditions. Join in discussions on the project’s future and register your interest to be involved as we aim to extend this exciting bioresource' - further details on our events page.   To register for this event, please send an email to Mary.Coates@warwick.ac.uk