Can compliance in pharmaceutical logistics by air be reached through industry collaboration?
Permalink

Can compliance in pharmaceutical logistics by air be reached through industry collaboration?

Pharmaceuticals makeup 1.9% of all air cargo and generate revenues of $1.4 billion per year – 2.6% of total air cargo. In the next three years (2018-2020), growth in…

Continue Reading →

UK Institute to harness disruptive 
technology to transform drug discovery
Permalink

UK Institute to harness disruptive 
technology to transform drug discovery

Business Secretary Greg Clark has announced funding for a series of ambitious technology projects that will transform the way medicines are discovered, enabling the pharmaceutical industry to develop…

Continue Reading →

Dundee’s global life sciences contribution highlighted at BIO 2018
Permalink

Dundee’s global life sciences contribution highlighted at BIO 2018

The University of Dundee’s contribution to the UK’s strength in the global life sciences sector is has been highlighted by its Drug Discovery Unit at one of the…

Continue Reading →

The rise of  biotechnology: How biotechnology is contributing to regional development
Permalink

The rise of biotechnology: How biotechnology is contributing to regional development

SMITH, D.J., ROSSITER, W. and MCDONALD-JUNOR, D., Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University

Continue Reading →

New treatment option 
for ‘wake-up’ stroke patients
Permalink

New treatment option 
for ‘wake-up’ stroke patients

Detail revealed in MRI brain scans can help doctors accurately deduce when a stroke begins, according to new research, allowing treatment for many patients who currently cannot receive…

Continue Reading →

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Researchers Create First Artificial Human Prion
Permalink

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Researchers Create First Artificial Human Prion

Finding May Shed Added Light On, Offer Treatment Hope for Brain-Wasting Diseases

Continue Reading →

The body in miniature
Permalink

The body in miniature

Discovering a new future through Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Permalink

Discovering a new future through Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

A number of industry sectors including aviation, retail and financial services have long applied data and utilised analytics to augment human capabilities, optimise their customer engagement and maximise…

Continue Reading →

EU-wide IP Expertise is essential to the life science industry post-Brexit
Permalink

EU-wide IP Expertise is essential to the life science industry post-Brexit

The UK is world-renowned for its progressive life science and healthcare sectors, which are at the forefront of technical innovation, research excellence, and pioneering treatments.

Continue Reading →

The importance of Intellectual Property strategy; creating a foundation on which to build value in your company
Permalink

The importance of Intellectual Property strategy; creating a foundation on which to build value in your company

Dr Emma Longland and Craig Thomson of HGF writing for the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys

Continue Reading →

Heart Disease: 
A primary cause of death
Permalink

Heart Disease: 
A primary cause of death

Research reveals how Tau aggregates can contribute to cell death in Alzheimer’s disease
Permalink

Research reveals how Tau aggregates can contribute to cell death in Alzheimer’s disease

New evidence suggests a mechanism by which progressive accumulation of Tau protein in brain cells may lead to Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists studied more than 600 human brains and…

Continue Reading →

Genes linked to Alzheimer’s contribute to damage in different ways
Permalink

Genes linked to Alzheimer’s contribute to damage in different ways

Focus on Alzheimer’s disease 
– Hope on the horizon
Permalink

Focus on Alzheimer’s disease 
– Hope on the horizon

Dr David Reynolds Chief Scientific Officer at Alzheimer’s Research UK Alzheimer’s Research UK is the UK’s leading dementia research charity and is dedicated to funding pioneering research to…

Continue Reading →

Patients who have had an irregular heart beat can’t ever be considered ‘cured’, say researchers
Permalink

Patients who have had an irregular heart beat can’t ever be considered ‘cured’, say researchers

Patients with an abnormal heart rhythm that can leave them at a higher risk of suffering from stroke still need treatment even after their heart rhythm seems to…

Continue Reading →

New link between gut microbiome and artery hardening discovered
Permalink

New link between gut microbiome and artery hardening discovered

The gut microbiome is under increasing scrutiny in medical research as it is known to affect many different aspects of our health, including our metabolism and auto-immune system.…

Continue Reading →