Enter EU Prize for Women Innovators

Will another female biotech pioneer win the 2019 EU Prize for Women Innovators? Gabriella Colucci, the founder of Italian biotech Arterra Bioscience picked up this year's €100 000 top prize and applications ...

Tick the biotech box

Whatever sector you work in there is a good chance it is - or soon will be - impacted by biotechnology. It is an area we have reported on for the past few years. We were the official publishers of this year'...

Biotechs should look to Scotland

Innovators Magazine is a media partner with the conference held annually by the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBioIC) in Glasgow. We will be producing our annual New Year special edition on the...

Destination: carbon-neutral growth

Finnish airport operator Finavia is stepping up efforts to make all its hubs carbon dioxide neutral by 2020. To support the ambition it has announced that vehicles at Rovaniemi, Kuusamo, Ivalo and Kittilä ai...

Let’s talk synthetic biology

(BRUSSELS) The 10th anniversary European Innovation Summit (EIS) later this month will include a debate on the 'synthetic cell revolution'. Asking questions including: is it possible to build a living cel...

Pledge to act on climate

Sign up to the Climate Neutral Now initiative and walk into the weekend feeling like a hero. Businesses and individuals backing the the United Nations Climate Change secretariat programme agree to taking thr...

Glasgow conference connects biotechs

Scotland's largest city is a global capital of biotechnology innovation. It is home to the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBioIC), which acts as an internal and external connector for the indust...

Neste leads renewable fuels revolution

Neste - the world's leading renewable fuel producer - is transforming the world of transportation. The company's Neste MY Renewable Diesel, made from waste and residues, is attracting corporates and countrie...

Calling EU Women Innovators

Applications are now open for the 2019 EU Prize for Women Innovators. The European Union (EU) will recognise female game changers leading their fields who have brought innovations to market. The winner will ...

Scientists target Alzheimer’s disease

(USA) A breakthrough by scientists at the State University of New Jersey will help make stem cell transplantations more impactful. The 'tiny, biodegradable scaffold' developed by the Rutgers team is desig...