Humans on a chip – the future for research and drug discovery
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Humans on a chip – the future for research and drug discovery

Medicines Discovery Catapult, the Centre for Drug Safety Sciences at the University of Liverpool and…

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The Great British Biosimilar Journey
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The Great British Biosimilar Journey

Attitudes towards biosimilar drugs have rapidly changed in the last 24 months, but there is…

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Nasal sprays – Key insights for a successful device development to achieve bioequivalence requirements
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Nasal sprays – Key insights for a successful device development to achieve bioequivalence requirements

An observation of generics in the nasal spray market will reveal to the keen observer…

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What is Life?
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What is Life?

In 1943, the quantum physicist Erwin Schrödinger stood up in Trinity College Dublin and delivered…

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Unlocking the secrets of a killer
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Unlocking the secrets of a killer

Scientists are making significant progress to improve the testing and treatment of the killer illness…

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Campus is well placed as Northern bioeconomy prepares for strong growth
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Campus is well placed as Northern bioeconomy prepares for strong growth

The bioeconomy in the North of England stands on the cusp of signifigant expansion and…

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Raising awareness of PSP and CBD
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Raising awareness of PSP and CBD

Ellen Rossiter speaks to Andrew Symons,  Chief Executive of PSP Association, about the work of…

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Changes in the eye connected to a decline in memory
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Changes in the eye connected to a decline in memory

Researchers in the US have found that changes in the blood vessels of the eye…

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The First International Research Symposium on PSP & CBD
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The First International Research Symposium on PSP & CBD

PSPA is delighted to be bringing together the international PSP & CBD research community in…

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Top dementia researchers awarded prestigious Brain Prize
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Top dementia researchers awarded prestigious Brain Prize

Pioneering dementia researchers Professors John Hardy, Bart De Strooper, Christian Haass and Michel Goedert have…

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Government announces £300 million for landmark ageing society grand challenge
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Government announces £300 million for landmark ageing society grand challenge

10 million Brits alive today can expect to reach 100 and funding will ensure the…

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Better memory and thinking seen in over 85s despite high cholesterol
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Better memory and thinking seen in over 85s despite high cholesterol

US scientists have found that high levels of cholesterol in people over the age of…

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Government nutritional review findings echo dementia risk messaging
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Government nutritional review findings echo dementia risk messaging

Alzheimer’s Research UK is backing the findings of a Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN)…

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The battle against polio – still work to be done
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The battle against polio – still work to be done

People of a certain age in the Western World will have haunting recollections of a…

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A lifetime of regular exercise slows down ageing, study finds
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A lifetime of regular exercise slows down ageing, study finds

Researchers at the University of Birmingham and King’s College London have found that staying active…

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Memories can be decoded from brain waves during sleep, say researchers
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Memories can be decoded from brain waves during sleep, say researchers

Bursts of brain activity known as sleep spindles can play a vital role in strengthening…

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