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The vision for BioYorkshire

Professor Ian Graham discusses the globally ambitious BioYorkshire programme led by the University of York.

BioYorkshire is a globally ambitious programme led by the University of York with Askham Bryan College and Fera Science. BioYorkshire aims to transform the UK’s bioeconomy through world class research and commercialisation facilities, a network of specialized business hubs, and training and skills support.

Designed to connect two priority industrial sectors, agriculture and chemicals, BioYorkshire will have scientists, engineers, economists and entrepreneurs collaborating to develop the greener products and processes needed by industry and consumers.

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