News and events

Innogen Success in REF 2014

14 January 2016

The Innogen Institute, based at the University of Edinburgh and the Open University, achieved excellent results in the latest UK research evaluation, called the Research Excellence Framework (REF).

IBioIC’s 2nd Annual Conference: ‘Realising the Opportunity’

7 January 2016

Joyce Tait discussed ‘The Challenges & Barriers to Industrial Biotechnology’ on 29 January 2016 at the IBioIC’s Conference.

James Mittra’s new book ‘The New Health Bioeconomy - R&D Policy and Innovation for the Twenty-First Century’ now available

26 November 2015

This book provides original insights into how “new biology” and “translational” policies to drive a health bioeconomy are reshaping innovation ecosystems, and disrupting R&D practices, institutional and professional boundaries, and notions of “value” in healthcare.

Joyce Tait at EMBO Conference in Heidelberg, 5-6 November 2015

24 November 2015

At the EMBO/EMBL Science and Society Conference Joyce Tait talked about ’Who needs biotechnology, who wants it and who are the stakeholders?‘

2nd AfricaLics Conference, Kigali, Rwanda, 17-19 November 2015

10 November 2015

Among the Innogen researchers traveling to Rwanda to attend and present at the conference, Geoff Banda will talk about drug development in Africa.

Joyce Tait gives presentation at the Royal Irish Academy

10 November 2015

Joyce talks about ‘Risk regulation, uncertainty and ethics in governing biotechnologies’ on the 10th of November 2015.

 

Joanna Chataway moderated discussion at Congress of Vienna 2015

5 November 2015

Professor Joanna Chataway moderated the Technology, Economic Growth, Distribution and Stability session.

Julius Mugwagwa reports on the DSA conference of 7th-8th September 2015

5 November 2015

There were three presentations by OU DPP/Innogen Institute researchers in a panel on Health Delivery Innovation.

Farah Huzair speaker at STIS seminar of 12th October 2015

12 October 2015

Farah talked about ‘A history of the Hepatitis B vaccine’

Joyce Tait talks about Genetically Modified crops on BBC Radio 4

4 October 2015

In the edition of Good Morning Scotland of the 3rd of October, Joyce called for a rational debate about genetically modified crops, following the ban on GM crops by the Scottish Government.