News > April > 2013
April Job Opportunities
Clinical System Designer, PRA
Senior Project Manager- Clinical, Penn Pharma
SPIN – Swansea Paid Internship Network
Swansea University has recently launched SPIN – the Swansea University Paid Internship Network in partnership with South Wales Evening Post. This scheme is to help undergraduates gain valuable knowledge and experience of working life by obtaining paid work placements during the summer holiday period. The aim is for the students to undertake either a single…
Economy Minister Edwina Hart AM announces launch of new Swansea supercomputing hub
Over 100 invited guests from business organisations, Universities and government attended the launch, which was held at the Dylan Thomas Centre in Swansea where the new High Performance Computing (HPC) Wales facility is located.
Expert Advice from Hugh James: Tax changes continue to support innovation
The success of a company in the life science sector is wholly dependent on its ability to innovate, develop products and gain competitive advantage. Although R&D is fundamental to any life science company’s business plan, as a tax lawyer I am frequently surprised by how many businesses are unaware of the tax reliefs and credits available to them to support product development and ultimately help them to grow.
April Member of the Month: EKF Diagnostics
EKF Diagnostics is a worldwide manufacturer of point-of-care equipment for the measurement of glucose, lactate, haemoglobin, haematocrit and glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c). In March 2013 the business established a new subsidiary - EKF Molecular Diagnostics – to focus on the molecular and companion diagnostics market.
Open Innovation Workshop on Cancer Technologies, Guangzhou, China
The workshop is an enabling forum to encourage and support partnerships between UK and China companies and translational, clinically orientated research groups in academia with complementary innovations and technologies relevant to prognosis, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of cancer.
TSB Competition: Technology Inspired Innovation
The Technology Strategy Board is to invest up to £2m in technical feasibility studies to stimulate innovation across four enabling technology areas and are seeking projects in the following fields: advanced materials; biosciences; electronics, sensors and photonics; and information and communications technology.
March Job Opportunities
Senior Clinical Project Manager