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Call for ACTIP Fellowship Award Applications 2022-2023

The Animal Cell Technology Industrial Platform (ACTIP) is a science-based association of European companies employing animal cell technology in the development and production of biopharmaceuticals, vaccines and other preventative or therapeutic approaches (

The Fellowship Award consists of all costs paid to attend a two-day ACTIP meeting. The ACTIP Fellowships for 2022-2023 will be awarded to young scientists following an evaluation of their applications by experts within the member companies. The awarded fellows will be invited to attend one of the ACTIP meetings taking place from Spring 2022 to Fall 2023. In order to be selected for such an opportunity, ACTIP invites you to submit an application. Applications can be sent in from 7 June until 3 September 2021 (24:00 CET). Selected fellows will be notified via email by end of October 2021 at the latest. A shortlist of awarded fellows and their project will be published on the ACTIP website.

Further details on how to apply

Webinars in Cell & Gene Therapy: from concept to clinical use.

Organised by the Advanced Therapeutics Medicinal Products focus group of the Academy of Pharmaceutical Science (APS).

May 12th, 19th & 26th 2021, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Registration and further information –

BBSRC workshops in AI and computing in the biosciences

Following publication of UKRI’s AI review BBSRC are running two workshops on AI and computing in the biosciences that could be of interest to the bioprocessing community.


UKRI has now published the document ’Transforming our world with AI’


UKRI-BBSRC AI in the biosciences community event, 19thMay, open for registration


UKRI-BBSRC Workshop on Computing in the Biosciences, 29th April 2021, open for registration



Webinar – April 15th, 4pm

Pushing the boundaries of immunoassay performance: Optimising the conjugation of a novel alkaline phosphatase.

Speakers include :Dr Paul Bennett, SEKISUI Diagnostics, Alex Buckley, Dr David Beal & Prof Mark Smales, University of Kent.


BioProNET is ending – stay in touch

BioProNET was granted a no-cost extension by the BBSRC to run until the end of August 2019. We have been investigating mechanisms by which to sustain the network beyond August 2019, and in particular to hold a Science Meeting in 2020.

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