Medicines Discovery Catapult appoints new Chair as it moves into the next phase of delivery alongside UK biotech and academia
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Medicines Discovery Catapult appoints new Chair as it moves into the next phase of delivery alongside UK biotech and academia

Medicines Discovery Catapult has appointed Dr Robin Brown as its new Chairman.  The company has established itself rapidly within the UK community and is now engaged in multiple…

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Owlstone Medical Appoints Five Leading Experts to Scientific Advisory Board
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Owlstone Medical Appoints Five Leading Experts to Scientific Advisory Board

Additions form a key strategic resource to advise on Breath Biopsy platform, product, and study development   Cambridge, UK, July 19 2018: Owlstone Medical (or the “Company”), a…

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AI Congress wins Best New Conference Launch of 2018 at the Conference Awards
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AI Congress wins Best New Conference Launch of 2018 at the Conference Awards

The AI Congress was awarded ‘Best New Conference Launch’ at the 9th Annual Conference Awards. The inaugural AI Congress event took place at the O2 in London across…

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GE Healthcare FlexFactory Helps XPH Scale Up Industrialization of TCR T-Cell Immunotherapy Drugs
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GE Healthcare FlexFactory Helps XPH Scale Up Industrialization of TCR T-Cell Immunotherapy Drugs

GE Healthcare will provide Xiangxue Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (XPH) with a FlexFactory™ for cell therapy, a semi-automated end-to-end manufacturing platform, to help scale up, digitize and accelerate manufacturing…

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Wireless system can power devices inside the body
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Wireless system can power devices inside the body

New technology could enable remote control of drug delivery, sensing, and other medical applications.

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Algenuity appoints new Chief Scientific Officer
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Algenuity appoints new Chief Scientific Officer

Algenuity, a leader in algal biology and industrial biotechnology, is delighted to welcome Dr Alex Pudney to the team as Chief Scientific Officer. Alex brings a wealth of…

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Sumatra’s tigers defy expectations on genetic diversity
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Sumatra’s tigers defy expectations on genetic diversity

 A joint study led by scientists from international conservation charity ZSL (Zoological Society of London) in collaboration with Imperial College London and Panthera, the global wild cat conservation…

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£4 million immune system grant means 50 years of research for Sir Philip Cohen
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£4 million immune system grant means 50 years of research for Sir Philip Cohen

Professor Sir Philip Cohen, one of the UK’s most respected scientists, has been awarded new research grants that will mean his work at the University of Dundee has…

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Vital research into incurable lung condition affecting millions to take place in Kensington
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Vital research into incurable lung condition affecting millions to take place in Kensington

1,000 people are needed for ground-breaking research into an incurable lung condition at Imperial College London. Supported by the British Lung Foundation, a research team led by Professor…

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Picking up good vibrations: Feeling the beat through the elephants feet
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Picking up good vibrations: Feeling the beat through the elephants feet

Dr Beth Mortimer Iconic and intelligent creatures, elephants continue to fascinate curious onlookers and scientists alike. Now a new Oxford University collaboration with Save The Elephants has shown…

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Discovery of novel Malaria parasite 
behaviour offers new target for treatment 
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Discovery of novel Malaria parasite 
behaviour offers new target for treatment 

Researchers have demonstrated novel parasite behaviour which offers a potential new target for malaria diagnosis and intervention.

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New class of drugs could help tackle treatment-resistant cancers
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New class of drugs could help tackle treatment-resistant cancers

Researchers have discovered a new class of drug that has the potential to help cancer patients who no longer respond to existing therapies. The drug may not become…

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Is R&D Tax Relief part of your 
budgeting process?
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Is R&D Tax Relief part of your 
budgeting process?

Whether you are a Biotech, a Pharmaceutical, a Medical Device company or a Clinical Research Organisation, you really should be budgeting for your Research and Development Tax Relief…

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Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo: Update on Ring Vaccination
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Ebola virus disease – Democratic Republic of the Congo: Update on Ring Vaccination

In response to the ongoing outbreak of Ebola in Equateur Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo, the World Health Organization (WHO) is working with the Ministry of Health,…

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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 the NC3Rs combine forces to propel the UK into the race to advance…

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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 an opportunity. Whilst the overall nasal spray market is currently experiencing limited growth,…

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