Ian Shott provides foreword to the ‘Engineering Biology: A Priority for Growth’ report
Our “Individuals, groups and communities working in engineering biology must get together at this important time and agree how they can build better connections and incentivise this collaboration to deliver more economic and societal impact.”
Our Executive Chairman, Ian Shott, discusses the potential for engineering biology to deliver economic and social benefits to the UK in the Royal Academy of Engineering’s ‘Engineering Biology: A Priority for Growth’ report. His foreword explores the need for urgent action to build upon the rapid progress in synthetic biology achieved in the last decade and accelerate commercialisation of emerging technologies. By supporting greater collaboration between different disciplines and industries, the UK can ensure that it is an international leader in engineering biology.
Read the report here