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A European Research Infrastructure for Biotechnology

Une infrastructure européenne en biotechnologie


Biomanufacturing is emerging at global scale as a key enabling technology for the circular bioeconomy and for green growth. In this regard, Europe boasts numerous strengths, being the birthplace of modern biotechnology. However, the current pace of change and the considerable challenges that lie ahead call for new approaches and bold initiatives that will redesign the way European bioengineers work together to accelerate bioprocess development pipelines. In this brief presentation, I will describe IBISBA, a pan-European research infrastructure dedicated to engineering biology and the industrialization of biotechnology. Through IBISBA, we aim to provide access to researchers from academia and industry across the globe to integrated services that support end-to-end, fit-for-purpose bioprocesses. By federating research organisations across Europe, we promote standardisation and good data practice, two factors that create the basis for service reproducibility and interoperability, and thus the accelerated production of scientific knowledge and its translation into innovation.


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hal-04135491 , version 1 (21-06-2023)


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Michael O'Donohue. A European Research Infrastructure for Biotechnology. 8th Conference on Physiology of Yeasts and Filamentous Fungi, University College Cork, Jun 2023, Cork, Ireland. ⟨hal-04135491⟩


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