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KTN Microbiome Strategic Roadmap

February 2021

Event date: 29th January 2021

KTN Microbiome Strategic Roadmap is now live. The roadmap reviews the landscape of microbiome science and innovation within the UK. The main objective of this document is to raise the visibility of the UK’s world leading microbiome science and enable translation of this science to benefit academic institutions, start-ups, SMEs and larger established companies.

It is a collaborative effort of 74 leading academic and industry scientists, including HGF Partner Craig Thomson as author, supported with contribution from Michelle Davies and Dr Lauris Kemp.

There are 12 distinct sections within the report, which summarise the current state of microbiome research, business and growth opportunities within each sector:

  • Intestinal Microbiome Transfer
  • Live Biotherapeutic Products & other Therapeutic Modalities
  • Personal Care & Hygiene
  • Nutrition & Wellbeing
  • Animal Health & Nutrition
  • AgriFood & Nutrition – Crop & Soil Health
  • Regulatory
  • Manufacturing
  • Biobanking
  • Enabling Technologies
  • Diagnostics
  • Intellectual property

Download the report here

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