BBTC Impact Event 2019
Join us at the BBTC Impact event on 28 February 2019 at the Great North Museum, Newcastle, to celebrate the BBTC and network with academics and industrialists.
Why should you attend?
Newcastle University has a great track record of innovating, researching and teaching alongside industrial partners. An example for this is the BBTC, the first EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) at Newcastle University and one of the two CDTs in the area of bioprocessing. Its research focus is on implementing Quality by Design and Process Analytical Technology to optimise processes and process control.
Even though the BBTC ends the underlying research is still very much alive at Newcastle University. At this event we will celebrate the accomplishments of the BBTC and present current and past research in the field. This is a great opportunity to learn more about our research and connect with our researchers.
- Malcolm Skingle, Director of Academic Liaison, GSK
- David Van Alstyne, CEO, ScotBio
- Timothy Blackburn, Business Development Manager, Newcastle University
… and BBTC alumni and Newcastle academics from the School of Engineering, School of Natural and Environmental Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine
BBTC Project Booklet PDF 2,469Kb
The booklet gives you a detailed overview of all EngD projects. See what we did in the past and learn about what research you can do with us in the future.