One Nucleus Leadership Seminar: Microbiome – Research to Revenue

Centrum, Norwich Research Park

MAR

02

10:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Rapid advances are being made in our understanding of the microbiome leading to a fundamental shift in the way we understand how microbes can be used to improve human health and wellbeing throughout life.

"Microbiome – Research to Revenue" is a one day event at Norwich Research Park to bring together the innovation supply chain within the microbiome sector. The event is part of the One Nucleus Life Science Leadership Series and will highlight the interest in the sector, from the perspective of both major corporates and investors, including potential applications and market opportunities. You will also hear from new startups who will showcase the latest innovative products and services in the sector.

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Programme

10:30 - Registration and Coffee

11:00 - The Science of Preventive Healthcare Professor Ian Charles, Quadram Institute

11:15 - Session 1 – Research Trends and Market Focus
This session will provide an overview of the diversity of microbiome research applications with presentations and discussion from Unilever, Nestle and more.

11:15 - Barry Murphy, Unilever

11:35 - Scott Parkinson, Nestle Institute of Health Sciences  

         - Mojgan Masoodi, Nestle Institute of Health Sciences

11:55 - Mike Salter, AB Agri

12.15 - Speaker to be confirmed

12:35 - Lunch and Networking

13:45 - Keynote Address - Rt Hon George Freeman

14:00 - Session 2 – Investors View and Start-Up Showcase
This session will give the opportunity to two investors, Seventure Partners and Arix Bioscience to provide their insights on the microbiome markets and investment trends. It will be followed by three start-ups presentations.

14:00 - Denise Kelly, Seventure Partners

14:20 - Jonathan Tobin, Arix Bioscience

14:40 - Catherine O’Neill, SkinBiotix

15:00 - Mike Romanos, Microbiotica

15:20 - Jackie Hunter, Benevolent AI

15:15 - Closing Remarks

15:25 - Networking

16.30 - Close

For more information and to register visit the One Nucleus website

 

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