KTP Associate vacancy

A microbiologist is sought for a joint project between the Rowett Institute, University of Aberdeen, and NCIMB Ltd. The postholder will lead delivery of a KTP project to develop a model which supports microbial growth without oxygen, whilst also providing conditions with oxygen to support growth of epithelial cells. This dual feature will enable better simulation of the colonic environment than existing in vitro gut models. The model will be inexpensive, flexible and reduce the need for animal testing. Your role will develop and refine the model for testing anaerobic bacteria:host cell …

Visit our stand at the Pharmig Annual Conference!

NCIMB will be exhibiting at the Pharmig Conference, at the Delta Hotel Nottingham Belfry on 28th & 29th November. This annual event is focused on hot topics in pharmaceutical microbiology, with presentations from leading industry experts. It is always informative and enjoyable and provides a great opportunity for us to catch up with some of our pharma sector customers and introduce ourselves to new faces! NCIMB’s identification services manager will be on the stand to to answer any questions about how the microbial identification services, and quality control products we …

BioNow Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Conference

NCIMB’s Business Development Manager Dr Jude Huggan reflects on the 2023 event Last week I had the pleasure of attending the BioNow Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Conference in Darlington and what a great event it was!  It was brilliant to see such a great mix of speakers, exhibitors and delegates, showcasing the world-class biomanufacturing facilities and pharmaceutical companies that are located in the Northeast of England.  I arrived in time to grab a coffee to chat to the exhibitors – some I’d met before, others I was meeting for the first time. …

From Bicycles to Biotech: IBioIC’s 9th Annual Conference

IBioIC’s Annual Conference, now in its 9th year, has become a key date in the industrial biotechnology calendar. NCIMB’s CEO Dr Edward Green reflects on this year’s event, and the unique potential that NCIMB has in supporting the sector. I attended the IBioIC annual conference this week, my first as CEO of NCIMB Ltd. Nearly 400 delegates participated in lively discussion relating to “Resilience and the Bioeconomy”, and the opening plenary focussed on how industrial biotechnology can make a real difference to societal grand challenges including climate change and net …

We’ll be at the IbioIC annual conference! 15 – 16 March 2023

Dr Edward Green and Dr Jude Huggan will be heading to the IbioIC annual conference next week, The two day event, which is held in Glasgow, has the theme “Resilience and the Bioeconomy”, and will explore the twin topics of resilience as it pertains to companies working within the bioeconomy and how the bioeconomy itself can contribute to resilience in industry and society in general. NCIMB’s CEO Dr Edward Green will be presenting in the member showcase on Wednesday 15 March, where he will highlight NCIMB’s offering to the industrial …

We’re moving!

NCIMB is moving to new purpose-built premises during December 2022. Our new premises is a fantastic purpose-built facility, and the move allows us to increase our sequencing capacity through the addition of new equipment. This means from January we will be able to increase the number of same and next-day turnaround samples that we can process for our identification service customers. The last date that we can accept samples before Christmas this year, is Friday 16 December. This is a little earlier than normal because we are packing up to …