Microbiome One – Health Conference, 23–24 March 2023
Join Innovate UK KTN to explore all things microbiome across the One Health Microbiome spectrum including human, animal, plant, and environment.
Technology and Innovation Centre, Strathclyde University, Glasgow
Bringing these sectors together is an opportunity to learn from each other and make new connections.
The event will explore common challenges and discuss how the community can work together to make the UK a key destination in Europe for microbiome research and innovation.
There will also be an opportunity for early-stage microbiome entrepreneurs to pitch their ideas to find new partners.
We are happy to share that our NBIC CEO, Professor Jo Slater-Jefferies will be speaking on Day 2 of the conference.
Who is this event for?
People who are interested in research and innovation across the entire microbiome field (human, animal, plant, soil, environment…) including:
- Industry scientists
- Supporting organisations
- Meet with leading microbiome researchers and innovators from academia and industry.
- Learn about advances being made in microbiome research and innovation across different sectors.
- Understand common challenges and solutions across the different sectors involved in microbiome research and innovation.
- Hear from some of the UK’s pioneering microbiome start-ups and experts in IP, regulatory and manufacturing.
- Forge new connections and collaborations that could fast-track your research or project.
- Join the UK’s microbiome innovation community.
Innovate UK KTN is a not-for-profit organisation, but to cover the cost of the conference, we ask for a contribution of £85 + VAT per standard ticket.
Limited student tickets are avaliable for a reduced price of £25 (+VAT ). Students who wish to attend this event are required to submit a poster. Only accepted poster submissions will be eligible to book a ticket.
Please visit the Innovate UK KTN website for further information and to view the event programme.