Creo Medical secures European distribution agreements
Chepstow-headquartered surgical device company Creo Medical has secured framework distribution agreements for four EU countries.
Cardiff University opens world-class biobank
Cardiff University has opened a brand new facility with the capacity to hold up to a million biological samples for medical research. The Cardiff University Biobank, opened today by Health Secretary Vaughan Gething, will give researchers quick and easy access to biological samples to be used in research for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of…
University Medical School ranked ahead of Cambridge for first time
For the first time the Swansea University Medical School is now rated above Cambridge University in the prestigious Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.
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.
Opportunities for the health and care industry to access AI experts
Two study groups on AI in Health will take place in Cardiff and Manchester in May and June 2019.
Bionema & Biocatalysts win at Made in Wales Awards
The very best of the country's manufacturing sector have been celebrated at Insider's Made in Wales Awards 2018, with a roof rack maker, an organic pesticides specialist and a potato producer among the winners.
Expert Advice: Brewin Dolphin – Five steps to improve your financial fitness
Whether you’re a long-term saver or just starting out, making sure your finances are in good shape should be a priority. But, where do you begin?
Call to industry – Welsh Rare Diseases Implementation Group
The Welsh Implementation Plan for Rare Diseases was updated in July 2017 and re-affirms the Welsh Government’s commitment to empowering those with a rare disease in Wales.
Welsh life sciences company expands team after record funding
Bond Digital Health has created two new job roles after receiving more than a quarter of a million pounds in funding.
European Parliament backs health technology assessments
The new law adopted on Wednesday aims to avoid duplicating national assessments to determine a medicine’s added value that help EU countries decide on pricing.