A community-building project supporting AI in the Biosciences



AIBIO-UK Launch event

Many thanks to those who attended in person or online. If you couldn’t make it, videos are now live here 

You can find links to EOI forms for the Steering Group, RRI/EDI groups etc. here. We will also release a short report of the outcomes.

Responsible and Trusted Research and Innovation workshop

We will shortly be running a workshop on Responsible and Trusted Research and Innovation for project leads in the AI/Biosciences space. 

Keep an eye on the events page for details.



Research Software Engineer

We are looking to recruit a Research Software Engineer position, based at Aberystwyth (some remote working possible), to support the project. Applications open until January 31st. Details below. 


Project Background

AIBIO-UK is a BBSRC-funded network to support and enhance engagement between the Bioscience and AI communities in the UK.  The network will support community events, funding of pilot projects and creation of resources for supporting use of AI in the biosciences.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems are used in wide-ranging applications, from self-driving cars to language translation. Recent AI applications to the biosciences have been promising (e.g. deep learning systems for the prediction of protein structure), but efforts have been uncoordinated, and limited to groups/companies with specific expertise. Our vision is to bring together AI and core bioscience researchers to unravel biological fundamentals and tackle impeding societal challenges. The network will, we hope, become the “go to” place for resources at the interface between AI and the biosciences.

How can I get involved?

As the network evolves, there will be many ways to get involved.
You can get involved if you are from the bioscience or computational communities.

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Want to discuss running a networking or training event with AIBIO-UK?

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 Want to attend our kick off event, virtually or in person?

Please see here for details.




 AIBIO-UK is funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, part of UK Research and Innovation