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22nd November 2012

Cardiff Medicentre gains top status for nurturing firms

A business incubator for the life sciences sector has been accredited by the leading UK business incubation standards body.
08th November 2012

Biotech entrepreneur Sir Chris Evans upbeat on outlook for Vectura Group

Vectura, a company created and financed by Port Talbot-born scientist and entrepreneur Professor Sir Chris Evans is poised for major growth as it brings new disease-treating products to market.
07th November 2012

Delegation heads to medical exhibition

The largest delegation ever supported by the Welsh Government will fly out to Düsseldorf for the world's biggest medical sector event.
07th November 2012

Government announces cash to cut dementia diagnosis times

The Prime Minister has announced funding grants from the government’s Biomedical Catalyst fund for technology to slash dementia diagnosis times.
02nd November 2012

Bid to boost Welsh life sciences sector

A project has been launched to make the most of the life sciences when it comes to the Welsh economy.
David Ford, Professor of health informatics at Swansea University, said Wales had real potential to become a global player in the life sciences and healthcare fields if the sector secures the right levels of investment.
02nd November 2012

European Health Research Innovation Network now up and running

EHRIN, a new pan-European health research network designed to facilitate links and funding opportunities between small and medium-sized enterprises, academia, and allied organisations in the life sciences sector, has secured funding clearance from its umbrella organisation, the European Confederation of Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs (EUCOPE).
02nd November 2012

University-business partnerships receive Government funding

David Willetts, Minister for Universities and Science, has announced seven new deals struck between universities and businesses in the UK to help increase global competitiveness.
01st November 2012

Designworks: November Member of the Month

Designworks is a creative hub that brings together distinctive areas of expertise to create original, industry leading solutions. We work in a wide range markets, allowing us to cross pollinate design and production techniques into otherwise unconsidered areas. Always aiming for the protectable intellectual property goal of exclusivity and originality. The unique nature of Designworks…

01st November 2012

Expert Advice from Wynne-Jones IP: Protecting and Enforcing Your Intellectual Property

Once you have established that your business has intellectual property, it may be necessary to register it. In order to have a granted patent, one must first apply for a patent at an intellectual property office. Similarly, if you wish to register a design or a trade mark, an application needs to be made.