From concept to adoption, enabling bio-based growth

  • Equipment centres

    The open access equipment centres fill a UK-wide gap in scale up facilities at the technical demonstration scale of 1 – 200 litres. Following a significant investment, IBioIC are able to offer a fee for service facility to help companies. With a dedicated lab team in place, we can provide a wide range of practical and technical support services catered to your individual requirements.

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  • Skills programme

    Empowering the students of today with essential skills in STEM and industrial biotechnology is fundamental to ensuring a sustainable future economy for Scotland. Working in close collaboration with universities and colleges across the country, our Skills Programme has been designed to meet this need offering educational courses from HN – PhD level and industry focused CPD opportunities.

  • Impacting on our stakeholders

    Changing your business strategy is a huge risk in today's market but that's what Advanced Microwave Technologies did when they happened upon IBioIC's annual conference and were introduced to this new and growing industrial biotechnology industry in Scotland.

  • Building on Success: IBioIC's 4th Annual Conference

    IBioIC's 4th Annual Conference: Thursday 25-Friday 26 January 2018

    Now in its fourth year, IBioIC's annual conference has established itself as the ‘go to’ event for the biotech industry in Scotland. This two day event attracted over 400 biobased professionals, academics and students from across the UK and Europe in 2017, and 2018’s event is set to be even bigger.
    The conference will celebrate the success of the biotechnology industry in Scotland to date, look ahead to the future and the challenges still to be overcome, and provide delegates with the networking opportunities needed to drive new collaborations.

    For 2018, we have great ambitions to reach our global network and invite you all to join us in Scotland for an event you will not want to miss.

    Key highlights of the conference will include:
    • Plenary sessions around biorefining, policy, challenges and barriers to IB
    • Parallel tracks focussed around Technical and Commercial themes
    • Bustling exhibition area featuring companies from across the UK & further afield
    • Civic Reception hosted by the Lord Provost welcoming delegates to the City of Glasgow
    • Networking conference dinner with awards ceremony and guest speakers