Knowledge Exchange Manager (NIAB)
Aurélie has over seven years' experience working at the interface between the different stakeholders involved in the Bioeconomy, including the Agri-Food and Agri-Tech sectors, from regional SMEs to multinationals to academic and Governmental organisations.
In her current role, she endeavours to help stakeholders understand the opportunities brought to them by Agrimetrics, and aims to assist businesses along the supply chain achieve their sustainable goals and undertake innovative approaches involving the use of Big Data.
Dr Bovi previously worked for the Biorenewables Development Centre (BDC), York, where she furthered her understanding of the different sectors linked in the Bioeconomy. At the Biosciences KTN she was closely involved with projects related to the Agri-Food sectors as well as synthetic biology, including delivery of a set of recommendations, included in the UK Agri-Tech Strategy paper published in 2013. Earlier in her career, Aurélie worked for an ISO 17025 accredited SME, where she helped run technical and internal audits.
Dr Bovi has a broad knowledge in Plant Sciences and has obtained her Ph.D. in molecular biology from the University of East Anglia (UEA), Norwich, UK.
Aside from work, Aurélie is involved in the running of a non-for-profit association promoting Capoeira, a Brazilian martial art she has practised for over six years, and its teaching to kids. She also enjoys cooking and baking, when she finds time in her busy schedule.