UK Strategy for Industrial Biotechnology

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UK Strategy for Industrial Biotechnology Introducing the Industrial Biotechnology Leadership Forum Rebecca Wood Chemistry Innovation KTN 18th September 2013

IB Manufacturing Exhibition 5-16th August 2013

IB Strategy in the UK: Government Support

www.berr.gov.uk/files/file51144.pdf

IB 2025: ‘Maximising UK Opportunities from Industrial Biotechnology in a Low Carbon Economy’ Sales for UK chemistry-using industry using Industrial Biotechnology • Connecting it all together

Driving

Delivering

The estimated global market for IB by 2025: £150 bn - £360 bn

Enabling

• De-risking access to new products and technologies • Accelerating the innovation and knowledge transfer process

• Retaining and developing interdisciplinary talent in science and management • Creating a supportive public and business environment for industrial biotechnology

Download IBIGT report (http://www.berr.gov.uk/files/file51144.pdf) and Government Response (http://www.berr.gov.uk/files/file51891.pdf)

The Chemistry Using Industries

What is industrial biotechnology? IB is defined as “the use of biological substances* for the processing and production of enzymes, chemicals, materials and energy”. * plants, algae, marine life, fungi, micro-organisms White Biotechnology

Green Biotechnology

Blue Biotechnology

Use of micro-organisms, biochemistry, biocatalysts, engineering and fermentation

Discovery & use of novel genes, processes and materials in land plants, agricultural crops and forestry

Discovery & use of novel genes, processes and materials in freshwater and marine organisms

Areas of focus: IB for the design and processing of bio-derived raw materials

IB for onward processing and manufacture of products

Strategic Action Plan

• Connecting it all together

Driving • De-risking access to new products and technologies • Accelerating the innovation and knowledge transfer process

Delivering

Enabling

• Retaining and developing interdisciplinary talent in science and management • Creating a supportive public and business environment for industrial biotechnology

Industrial Biotechnology Leadership Forum – The Members

Driving

•Connecting it all together

Industrial Biotechnology Leadership Forum (IBLF) Structure

STAKEHOLDERS UK Government

Industry

Skills sector bodies

Research councils

Public/private financing

Academic community

EuropaBio

Professional bodies

SusChem

Innovation Norway

UKTI Networking organisations

Regional government and agencies

Driving a bio-based economy in the UK

Events Case studies

www.iblf-uk.com

Social media

National Industrial Biotechnology Facility (NIBF) Development Laboratories • Up to 10 litre working volume Delivering • DSP matched to plant scale up units •Algal processing NIBF 1 •Pilot plant to 750 L •Plug and play processing NIBF 2 •Centre piece is a 10,000 L fermenter • Solvent suite, distillation, wet and dry biomass processing • Focused on biomass to renewable chemicals

• De-risking access to new products and technologies • Accelerating the innovation and knowledge transfer process

Multi-disciplinary team http://www.uk-cpi.com/

Images courtesy of CPI

Academic Centres of Excellence http://www.coebio3.manchester.ac.uk/ Centre of Excellence for Biocatalysis, Biotransformations and Biocatalytic Manufacturing (CoBio3)

http://www.biorenewables.org/ The Biorenewables Development Centre

Images courtesy of the BDC

http://www.beaconwales.org/ The BEACON Biorefining Centre of Excellence

Images courtesy of the MIB (Manchester Institute of Biotechnology) Images courtesy of the BEACON project, Wales

Sector Class Bulk Chemicals Specialty Chemicals Environment

Providers FMCG Pharmaceuticals

Follow up / result of company visit

Company Engagement Programme – The Beginning

Delivering

New IB project initiated

• De-risking access to new products and technologies • Accelerating the innovation and knowledge transfer process

Introduction made Technical input provided

1

Follow up visit

Basic follow up interest

1

1

1

Number of companies per = sector class

1

2

Primary visit only Total companies engaged per awareness level

1

1 Unaware or resistant

1

2

Aware of IB

Open to application

3 Engaged at R&D

2

1

1

4

2

1

1

1

6 Engaged at commercial

Company awareness / activity at the time of visit

7 IB is core business

Company Engagement Programme – January 2013

Sector Class Bulk Chemicals Specialty Chemicals Environment

Providers FMCG Pharmaceuticals

Follow up / result of company visit

New products, processes, services (value generated)

>300 biocatalytic processes, >400 fermentation processes, >1000 products based on renewable raw materials: Value est. Up to£5 bn

1

New IB project initiated

1

Introduction made Technical input provided

1

Follow up visit

1

Basic follow up interest

2

1

Number of companies per = sector class

1

1

1 1

2

1 1 1 2 1 1 4 1 1

2 1 3 1 1 1 3

1

5

2 2 3 6

1 1

1

1 2 1 3

1

4

3 2 1

1

1

1

1 1

1 1 4

2

1

2 5 2 3

1 1

2

2

Primary visit only Total companies engaged per awareness level

3

4

14

Unaware or resistant

Aware of IB

31

23

29

11

Open to application

Engaged at R&D

Engaged at commercial

IB is core business

Company awareness / activity at the time of visit

Project Building and Funding

High value chemicals manufacture through industrial biotechnology

Projects that utilise sustainable bio-based feedstocks and/or biocatalytic processes in the production of higher value chemicals. UK Business Led Business Model

Technical Feasibility

cR&D

£0.25m

£1m

£1.25m

£33k

£150-200k

£500k-1m

75 / 65 %

75 / 65 %

60 / 50%

Single Company

Yes

Yes

No

Collaborative

Yes

Yes

Yes

Project length

< 6 months

6-9months

< 2years

<50%

<50%

<30%

Funding available Project size Funding Allocation

Academic contribution

UK-Norway

• • • • • •

Mid-term review (here) Industrial Biotech Norway (http://www.indbiotech.no/)

MoU signed in Tromsø in April 2010 Building a relationship based on mutual interests Testing possibilities – in Biosciences Vision of collaborative options – in IB and Biorefining Networking events 8 Joint projects

2 year review reported excellent progress

UK Government Investments in Industrial Biotechnology 2009-2013

£12M to establish demonstration facilities – ~£3M pa continued through Catapult funding

Up to £3M pa into Feasibility / CR&D Competitions from TSB – TSB Competitions in UK (incl. partnership with Innovation Norway) – European ERANets

£2.5M into the Biorenewables Development Centre in York £1M into company engagement programme

Enabling a bio-based economy in the UK

Enabling

• Retaining and developing interdisciplinary talent in science and management • Creating a supportive public and business environment for industrial biotechnology

http://www.forumforthefuture.org/sites/defau lt/files/images/Forum/Projects/IndustrialBiotech/Final%20report%20IB%20PDF.pdf

Demonstrating progress 3 years on

Leading IB: A UK Showcase

300 Delegates 45% industry 20% academic 20% IB stakeholders (KTNs, CPI, Cogent....) 15% Funders (public and private)

The bio-based flag

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p015sc06

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHb8K2Uo 9sU

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-englandhampshire-22407246

Ministerial Engagement

“£40m investment for IB Catalyst”

RCs and TSB working together: Networks and the IB Catalyst

£15M to fund up to 10 Networks

£25M IB Catalyst Fund

Summary

• >10 delivery partners driving progress towards £12bn opportunity by 2025 with interim milestones • We are on track to deliver the step change in IB for the UK • Looking for even stronger engagement with industry • Working closely with the government on IB • It’s an exciting time to be involved! • • • •

Coherent industry voice Simple and memorable messages Strong leadership Co-operation of multiple stakeholders with different agendas

Thank you

Industrial Biotechnology Special Interest Group

•Together we aim to drive uptake of Industrial Biotechnology through-out the chemistry-using industries Rebecca Wood ([email protected] +44 7515 334820)

Knowledge Transfer Networks

etc..

Academic & Technology base