The company is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Nicki Taylor as Head of Science at Bio2Pure.
“I am delighted to be joining the company at this stage of development. There has never been a more critical time for products to assist in maintaining a stable and sustainable eco-system. R&D is critical to the evolution of the existing products to make them more efficient in terms of both performance and pricing so they are affordable and positively impact as many people as possible.”Dr Nikki TaylorHead of Science
Dr. Nikki Taylor
JNicki is a microbiologist turned chemical engineer with academic and industrial experience in upstream bioprocess development, in numerous different roles and sectors. Nicki’s role at Bio2pure is research and develop of methods to ensure high bacterial cell counts in our products, as well as the discovery and investigation of new, exciting strains to add to our library. Nicki has previously worked as a research associate, senior research scientist, and lead fermentation scientist, where she learnt how Good Manufacturing/Laboratory Practices are incorporated into real processes. She has also worked as a Quality representative and auditor for her department, ensuring continuous adherence to Lean Six Sigma methodology. Nicki completed her engineering doctorate in Biopharmaceutical Processing Development at Newcastle University. The EngD program included numerous MBA-level modules alongside the research element, as well as the opportunity for public engagement during the British Science Festival, delivering the workshop Fueling Change to key stage 3 secondary school students. Nicki’s passion for natural bioremediation was piqued during a 4-month stint in Kenya where she was teaching at a school in a small village and left wanting to make a significant difference to those living in developing countries with little access to basic amenities.