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Season’s greetings 2017

16 December 2016

All the TWB collaborators wish you a very happy festive season. In 2017, together, let’s continue to innovate! Best wishes and See you soon!

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SuperBIO Workshop

7 December 2016

TWB is organizing a seminar on 13 January 2017 in Toulouse to explore partnership opportunities in the fields of biocontrol, biostimulation, and bioremediation using microorganisms. The services offered by the partner companies in the SuperBIO project will be presented with the aim of strengthening the value chains which will bring an idea closer to its… Read more »

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CYTOMETRY services

6 December 2016

Accessing to advanced cell sorting technologies (flow cytometry) is a key success factor in biotechnology projects, both for academic research and industrial development projects. Main benefits are: Fast and accurate microorganisms numeration Fast access to cells physiological status Isolation of homogenous cell populations from heterogenous populations Clones isolation (one cell per plate). To answer the… Read more »

CARBIOLICE: a successful collaboration

1 December 2016

CARBIOS, an innovative Green Chemistry company specialized in enzymatic bioprocesses applied to plastic and textile polymers, announced the 1st of September, 2016, the operational launch of the joint venture CARBIOLICE between CARBIOS, Limagrain Céréales Ingrédients (LCI) and BpiFrance (SPI). The process licensed to CARBIOLICE consists of the incorporation of enzymes at the heart of the… Read more »

Tunisia White Biotechnology?

4 November 2016

Pierre Monsan and Michel Manach attended the Scientific Committee of the Center of Biotechnology of Sfax (CBS) – Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, 2016 -, invited by its Director, Professor Mr. Sami Sayadi, in the presence of Mr. Khalil Amiri, Secretary of State for Scientific Research (Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research). The managers… Read more »

Jim Philp and Charles E. Wyman: a great honour for TWB

12 October 2016

On the occasion of the meeting of the Scientific Advisory Board of TWB and its Strategic Steering Committee, TWB invited Drs Jim Philp (OECD – Paris, France) and Charles E. Wyman (University of California – USA) to hold a conference on bioeconomy. All members of the international Scientific Advisory Board and Strategic Steering Committee had… Read more »

TWB & AURIGA Partners support company formation

3 October 2016

TWB and AURIGA IV Bioseeds, a professional investment capital fund, are initiating a partnership to ensure a prosperous future for TWB’s research projects and the companies resulting from them. The aim is to reinforce, through the investments of the AURIGA IV Bioseeds fund, the support provided to TWB’s innovative research projects, to ensure their sustainability… Read more »

TWB strengthens its R&D Project activity

12 September 2016

Franck Bordier joined the TWB team the 5th September 2016 as a Junior Project leader. He will work in cooperation with Olivier Galy, Chief Technical Officer. This new hire will meet the ever increasing activity linked to increasing number of precompetitive research projects, development of new collaborations with public laboratories and technical services growth on… Read more »

SuperBIO Workshops

7 September 2016

TWB is partner of the European project “SuperBIO” that aims to create new, cross-border and cross-sectorial industrial value chains in bioeconomy. SuperBIO is a support facility for the development and implementation of innovative projects in the field of value chains, involving start-ups and SMEs. Ten innovation servives are offered to SMEs by SuperBIO experts (from proof-of-concept… Read more »

“Synthetic Biology: from ideas to market” – Dec. 6, 2016

21 July 2016

TWB, with IAR, is a partner of the international symposium “Synthetic Biology: from ideas to market”, organized by Genopole, December 6, 2016, in Paris (France). As a major scientific advance of the past decade, synthetic biology offers a wide range of industrial applications and new production techniques. Synthetic biology was ranked second among the “top… Read more »