Biological engineers discover new antibiotic candidates
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Biological engineers discover new antibiotic candidates

The human body produces many antimicrobial peptides that help the immune system fend off infection.…

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Patenting aerospace medicines – the final frontier?
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Patenting aerospace medicines – the final frontier?

Research and development (R&D) into aerospace medicine can be viewed as falling into one of…

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The search for new antimicrobials
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The search for new antimicrobials

Few issues are more pressing than the global problem of antibiotic resistance, so we speak…

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

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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,…

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

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Discovering a new future through Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
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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…

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

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New link between gut microbiome and artery hardening discovered
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New link between gut microbiome and artery hardening discovered

The gut microbiome is under increasing scrutiny in medical research as it is known to…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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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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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