This event has now taken place.
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.
10:30 - Registration and Coffee
11:00 - The Science of Preventive Healthcare Professor Ian Charles, Quadram Institute
11:20 - Session 1 – Research Trends and Market Focus
11.20 - Abel Ureta-Vidal, Eagle Genomics
11:35 - Barry Murphy, Unilever
11:55 - Scott Parkinson, Nestle Institute of Health Sciences
- Mojgan Masoodi, Nestle Institute of Health Sciences
12:15 - Mike Salter, AB Agri
12:35 - Lunch and Networking
13:45 - Keynote Address - Rt Hon George Freeman
14:00 - Session 2 – Investors View and Start-Up Showcase
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
The networking reception will be jointly hosted by Norwich Research Park and the Quadram Institute (QI) to mark the topping out ceremony for the institute. This ceremony celebrates the final pouring of cement during the construction of the new Quadram Institute building. Professor Ian Charles, Director of QI and George Freeman MP will be joining us to help mark this occasion and we would be delighted if you are able to attend.
Soon to be at the heart of a unique plant-food-health science cluster at the Norwich Research Park, the Quadram Institute seeks to provide a step-change in interdisciplinary food and health research and will be housed in a new state-of-the-art building, due for completion in 2018. It will be home to one of Europe’s largest endoscopy facilities enabling clinicians to work directly with scientists from fundamental research to translational outcomes. This a very exciting development for Norwich Research Park, building upon the world leading expertise already at the Park, home to 3,000 scientists.