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Bioscience Technology Digest (Sensors) 16 June 2016 (1600-1800)

VENUE – York St John University, Dianne Willcocks Lecture Theatre, York.  YO31 7EX

The Bioscience Technology Digests series provides a regular programme of events focussing on key technologies that are either provided by and/or required by the local bioscience community.

Presentations: 

  • Stockbridge Technology Centre, Phillip Davis
  • Aptamer Group, David Bunka
  • Paraytec, David Goodall
  • University of York, Thomas F Krauss, Professor of Photonics and Research Theme Champion for Technologies for the Future

Informal presentations will be followed by drinks and nibbles and the opportunity of a tour of the Biomedical School!

To book please click this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bioscience-technology-digests-sensors-tickets-25787806022

 

Finding Value In Food Waste Wednesday 29 June 2016 Sheffield Hallam University

Estimates suggest 5 million tonnes of food is wasted by manufacturers and retailers every year in the UK, with companies paying premiums to incinerate it or send it to landfill.

But in many cases it can be repurposed, realising value and creating new, often high-worth revenue streams. Yorkshire and the Humber is one of the best places in the world for innovation on biowastes, including food waste, with its outstanding combination of bio-based research, industry and agriculture. This Insider breakfast meeting will hear from a panel of businesses and academics leading the world in waste recycling science, along with energy experts and supply-chain companies hoping to seize on the opportunities of green technologies.

Register now at http://www.insidermedia.com/event/finding-value-in-food-waste-breakfast-2016

The EU Referendum: Risks and Opportunities for the UK Environment FRI, 17 JUN AT 15:30, YORK

 

This is a free event but you must register

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-eu-referendum-risks-and-opportunities-for-the-uk-environment-tickets-25785298522

Using Digestate on Farmland Driffield, 17. June 2016

AD digestate can be used as a low-cost, sustainable source of crop fertiliser and organic matter. This half-day workshop will explore the issues and latest developments around using digestate on farmland, followed by a networking lunch and optional tour of the GWE Biogas facility. The event is organised by the AD Special Interest Group, which is open to members from across the sector focusing on plant operation and efficiency. Please find the programme details and tickets on Eventbrite

Conference on Post Harvesting Techniques in the Spanish Horticulture and Glasshouse sector.

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