Patients lives to be greatly improved by technology revolutions in healthcare
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Patients lives to be greatly improved by technology revolutions in healthcare

Winners announced to receive funding that could revolutionise healthcare The projects include developing artificial intelligence for bed availability in hospitals, 3D printing to create tablets and smart phone…

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Making a difference to patients with debilitating conditions – new Healthcare Technologies Institute opened
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Making a difference to patients with debilitating conditions – new Healthcare Technologies Institute opened

A new Institute where research will look into improving healing and make a difference to patients with debilitating conditions has opened at the University of Birmingham. The Healthcare…

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Cobra Biologics, GE Healthcare and Centre for Process Innovation collaborate to advance gene therapy
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Cobra Biologics, GE Healthcare and Centre for Process Innovation collaborate to advance gene therapy

Innovate UK funded project supports development of scalable, cost effective production of regenerative medicines Cobra Biologics (Cobra), an international contract development and manufacturing organisation (CDMO) of biologics and…

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Servier launches InnoPreP™, its new preparative chromatography offer
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Servier launches InnoPreP™, its new preparative chromatography offer

Servier, an independent international pharmaceutical company, has announced the launch of InnoPreP™ – a new preparative chromatography service offered under its contract development and manufacturing business. Servier has…

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The challenges inherent in Excipients
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The challenges inherent in Excipients

Have you ever wondered how a cough lozenge dissolves just at the right speed or how some medicines smell and taste so good? We have ‘excipients’ to thank…

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New type of bed net could help fight against malaria
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New type of bed net could help fight against malaria

Professor Steve Lindsay: Professor in the Department of Biosciences at Durham University A new type of bed net could prevent millions of cases of malaria, according to new research…

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Gene therapy breakthrough in treating rare form of blindness
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Gene therapy breakthrough in treating rare form of blindness

The positive results of the world’s first gene therapy trial for a genetic cause of blindness known as choroideremia have been reported in Nature Medicine. The trial involved…

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Watery Earth mystery solved by dust
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Watery Earth mystery solved by dust

Scientists at the University of St Andrews may have helped solve the mystery of why there is so much water on planet Earth. An international team of researchers…

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New bacterial strain named after Cornish discovery
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New bacterial strain named after Cornish discovery

A new bacterial strain will be named after Cornwall following its identification from a skin infection. Staphylococcus cornubiensis, named after the medieval name for Cornwall, Cornubia, was isolated…

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Ayrshire Life Science Company launch advanced scientific technology to support successful drug development
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Ayrshire Life Science Company launch advanced scientific technology to support successful drug development

AvantiCell Science is a life science company based in Ayr, with a mission to provide leading-edge ethical tools which offer the prospect of faster, more efficient progress towards…

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Maggots and rotting food waste: a new recipe for sustainable fish and animal feed
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Maggots and rotting food waste: a new recipe for sustainable fish and animal feed

In a warehouse to the northeast of Cambridge are shelves upon shelves of trays teeming with maggots, munching their way through a meal of rotting fruit and vegetables.…

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Genetic tool to predict adult heart attack risk in childhood
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Genetic tool to predict adult heart attack risk in childhood

Powerful technology paves way for early interventions to prevent heart attacks. People at high risk of a heart attack in adulthood could be spotted much earlier in life…

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New IP service helps ‘maximise’ patent commercial success
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New IP service helps ‘maximise’ patent commercial success

Entrepreneurs, inventors, and start-ups are getting expert advice to maximise their patent’s commercial success thanks to a new service launched by Wynne-Jones IP. The intellectual property firm, which…

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Top tips to safeguard your medtech in a competitive industry
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Top tips to safeguard your medtech in a competitive industry

Medical technology is one of the fastest growing, and most competitive, industries in the world.  With a thriving ecosystem of over 3,700 companies, 115,000 skilled workers, and a…

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Pioneering Surgical Guidance System from Endomag Wins Institute of Physics’ Business Innovation Award
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Pioneering Surgical Guidance System from Endomag Wins Institute of Physics’ Business Innovation Award

Endomag, the surgical guidance company, has won a prestigious British Business Innovation Award from the Institute of Physics (IOP), presented at the Houses of Parliament in London. The…

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Making a difference to patients with debilitating conditions – new Healthcare Technologies Institute opened
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Making a difference to patients with debilitating conditions – new Healthcare Technologies Institute opened

A new Institute where research will look into improving healing and make a difference to patients with debilitating conditions is opening today (10 October 2018) at the University…

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