Bringing Together Research, Training & Entrepreneurship
The NBIC Doctoral Training Centre
The NBIC Doctoral Training Centre in Biofilms Innovation, Technology and Engineering (BITE) is a world class integrated pipeline of interdisciplinary training, involving a partnership between the universities of Southampton, Liverpool, Nottingham and Edinburgh. It is the UK’s first graduate training centre to address the skills and knowledge gap in the biofilm field.
The Doctoral Training Centre provides a unique and diverse environment to students, with opportunities to network with experts in other disciplines, engage in peer-to-peer learning and participate in collaborative problem solving, as well as partake in student exchanges with international centres of excellence, attend summer schools, joint-nature conferences, and secondments and masterclasses showcasing frontier thinking. The Doctoral Training Centre provides the synergy, critical mass, and the breadth and depth required to deliver an ambitious training programme in biofilm science, engineering and technology.
Building Entrepreneurial Skills
NBIC provide entrepreneurial training for early career researchers and established academics.
Alderley Park Accelerator
On-site incubation and acceleration team specialises in the start-up and scale up of biotech and life science businesses by providing the programmes, networks and support required for success.
ICURe Innovation-to-Commercialisation Programme
The ICURe Innovation-to-Commercialisation programme offers university researchers with commercially- promising ideas the ability to ‘get out of the lab’ and validate their ideas in the marketplace. From idea to scale-up, SETsquared offer a comprehensive range of programmes to help boost businesses to the next level.
Meet Our Team of Research Fellows
Meet our team of dedicated Interdisciplinary Research Fellows who work to deliver NBIC’s research strategy.