Leading contract development and manufacturing organisation (CDMO) Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies has announced a strategic partnership with a number of academic institutions to expand its bioprocessing capabilities.
Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies will partner with the universities of Edinburgh, Manchester and York to launch the “FDB Centre of Excellence in Bioprocessing 2.0” to address the challenges and opportunities in bioprocessing.
Fujifilm has historically supported a significant number of innovation projects globally. The FDB Centre of Excellence in Bioprocessing 2.0 builds on Fujifilm’s historical support of research here in the United Kingdom and allows us to develop long term partnerships with these world class universities to support the growth of our business,
chief scientific officer at Fujifilm.
Our aim is to link fundamental research and world class expertise to the business needs of Fujifilm. We are creating an innovation engine that drives new processes, efficiencies, products and services
said Jen Vanderhoven,
vice president of global business change.