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The EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Emergent Macromolecular Therapies actively encourages and fosters long-term research partnerships and knowledge transfer between its academics and sponsors for mutual benefit.

Please choose from the accordions below to see how we engage with academia and industry.

Academia

Introduction

The EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Emergent Macromolecular Therapies actively encourages and fosters long-term research partnerships and knowledge transfer between its academics and sponsors for mutual benefit. We have a range of mechanisms to facilitate interactions and engagements.

We encourage access to use our extensive facilities (pilot plant, ultra scale down instruments, responsive bioprocessing facility, analytical equipment etc) via shared doctoral projects and post-doctoral feasibility studies. 

Research Collaboration

  • Shared doctoral projects
  • Post-Doctoral Feasibility Projects
  • Collaborate in response to funding calls from UK research councils, European Framework Programme and others.

Knowledge transfer

  • EPSRC Centre Bioprocess Briefings

Bioprocessing Matters

News from the Centre will be regularly reported in editions of Bioprocessing Matters. Bioprocessing Matters is provides regular updates on the activities of the Advanced Centre for Biochemical Engineering and has an international circulation of more than 5000. Add link to the Bioprocessing Matters page 

 To be added to the email circulation list for this publication please contact Dr Karen Smith: karen.smith@ucl.ac.uk

Travel bursaries

To help encourage participation by the UK academic community, the Centre offers support toward expenses involved in attending some Centre meetings and events. 

<link> For more information and how to apply click here

Industry

Research Collaboration

Knowledge transfer, training and access to facilities 

Bioprocessing Matters

News from the Centre will be regularly reported in editions of Bioprocessing Matters. Bioprocessing Matters provides regular updates on the activities of the Advanced Centre for Biochemical Engineering and has an international circulation of more than 5000.


To be added to the email circulation list for this publication please contact Dr Karen Smith: karen.smith@ucl.ac.uk