Industrial biotechnology (IB) is an enabling technology that uses biological substances, systems and processes to produce materials, chemicals and energy. At the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBioIC), they work with industry, academia and government to transform Scotland’s competitiveness and capabilities through the use of IB.
IBioIC are creating new companies and enabling others to expand their portfolio or reduce cost and environmental impact. They are positioning Scotland as a key player in the bio-economy increasing and sustaining business revenues, prosperity and employment and also underlining the country’s commitment to environmentally sustainable growth and development.
IBioIC’s areas of focus are:
IBioIC plans to make a real and measureable contribution to Scotland’s Industrial Biotechnology growth ambitions by 2020, which include:
If your company shares IBioIC’s ambitions for growth and you want help to understand how Industrial Biotechnology processes could create a step change in your business or see how IBioIC can bring value to your organisation then please get in touch.
IBioIC’s mission is to play a leading role in supporting innovation led growth of the Industrial Biotechnology sector in Scotland.
IBioIC provides expert support and creates an environment for networking, establishes academic and industrial collaboration, and helps mentor organisations in developing ideas from first concept through to industry adoption. They can help you:
Digital Health and
Care Institute (DHI)
Oil and Gas
Innovation Centre (OGIC)