Investing In Biotech and Medicine – What Perspectives It Has?

Today, not only large investors can invest in biotechnologies in the United States, but also individuals who have even small available funds. For example, there are people who are engaged in investing even if they have not enough free funds, they issue online payday loans Ohio and earn much bigger than they have issued through […]

Payday Lending Options in Delaware For Scientists

Payday loans for scientists are an alternative to a bank loan: the terms for issuing a loan in a payday lending company are much more loyal than the requirements of the banking system for potential borrowers. It is easier to issue payday loans in Delaware for scientists, because: it is not required to confirm the […]

Research Fellow position ‘Targeting Cell Wall Glycans’ at Warwick

You will join the teams of Dr Matthew Gibson (Department of Chemistry) and Dr Elizabeth Fullam (School of Life Sciences) to work on a project entitled ‘Targeting cell wall glycans: an untapped approach for therapeutics and diagnostics to combat antimicrobial resistance?’. The successful candidate will be expected to work as part of both teams, contributing […]

Places left on IBCarb commercialisation event!

We have a limited number of places left on our upcoming commercialisation training event. If you would like to attend please contact the Network Manager ( as soon as possible. Further details below: How to commercialise your research and turn your glycoscience into a glyco-biotech start up Location: Cumberland Lodge, The Great Park, Windsor, Berkshire, […]

PhD Studentships available at Keele University

Seven fully funded PhD positions for UK/EU students for start in September/October 2016 are available across the Faculty of Natural Sciences at Keele University. These positions are offered on an individual merit basis and are not project restricted. I would be delighted to discuss potential glycomics projects with any applicants – please contact Gavin J. […]

N8 AgriFood Resilience Programme

Securing sufficient, safe and nutritious food A growing and increasingly affluent population is putting pressure on our ability to guarantee food security, both now and in the future: agricultural production needs to grow by 60% by 2050 to keep pace with rising populations and increasing meat consumption. N8 AgriFood has three inter-connected multi-disciplinary themes, addressing key challenges […]

Meeting Minutes – IBCarb Glycoscience Tools for Bioindustries 010414

IBCarb Glycoscience Tools for Bioindustries – Minutes Tuesday 1st April 2014, 10am – 4pm MIB, Manchester Delegates: Prof Sabine Flitsch (MIB), Dr Stuart Haslam (Imperial), Dr Kristina Marx (Bruker), Dr Lee Gethings (Waters), Dr Weston Struwe (Oxford), Dr Claire Doherty (MIB), Dr Andrew Powell (Liverpool John Moore), Henry Charlton (Pall), Dr John Liddell (Fujifilm Diosynth), […]

Meeting Minutes – IBCarb Glycoenzymes for Bioindustries 020414

IBCarb Glycoenzymes for Bioindustries – Minutes Wednesday 2nd April 2014, 10am – 4pm MIB, Manchester Delegates: Prof Sabine Flitsch (MIB), Dr Ian Rowles (MIB), Dr Daniel Spencer (Ludger), Dr Simon Charnock (Prozomix), Prof Harry Gilbert, (Newcastle), Prof Neil Bruce (York), Dr Miguel de Abreu (Almac Sciences), Dr Yvonne Armitage (KTN), Dr Neil Dixon (MIB), Dr […]

Agri-food industry survey

What are the barriers and opportunities to utilising agri-food wastes? AgroCycle are conducting a survey about the barriers and opportunities to utilising agri-food waste in the EU (including UK). You’re opinions are vital to help develop the utilisation of agri-food wastes, for a future circular bioeconomy. See below for more details, and click here to start the survey. Thank […]