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16th June 2014

June’s Expert Advice- Elite Electronic Systems

Obsolescence Management A proactive approach to managing risk and minimising disruption to production.   The life span of many modern consumer electronic devices, such as a mobile phone or tablet is relatively short. This can be from a matter of months to a few years. The need to change and an inherent ability to fall…

16th June 2014

June’s Expert Advice- Withers & Rogers LLP

The Unitary Patent – A New Patent for Europe Efforts to introduce a single Europe-wide patent have been ongoing for at least forty years. Along the way, various proposals have come and gone. The issues of language and litigation have always presented major stumbling blocks. However, we are now on the brink of having a…

04th June 2014

UKTI in Denmark, is helping UK healthcare companies become aware of the business opportunities that come out of the numerous UN agencies which are based in Copenhagen. One UN agency is seeking a wide range of pharmaceutical product manufacturers in preparation for a tender later this month. More general details and an opportunity to ‘register…

04th June 2014

New Company Established to Develop Novel Diagnostics for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

An innovative new company developing novel diagnostics for respiratory disease has been established as a spin-out from Swansea University. Glyconics uses technology developed at the Centre for NanoHealth at Swansea University by Dr Paul Lewis and is led by diagnostic industry entrepreneur, Dr Berwyn Clarke. The Glyconics technology uses Infrared Spectroscopy to analyse the composition…

03rd June 2014

Differentiate your Product using Unique Enzymes

Have you ever wanted to differentiate your product from the competition? An increasing number of companies, across a range of industries, are looking to the unique functional capabilities of speciality enzymes to help them achieve this. But what if the enzyme you have identified isn’t available commercially? Where do you go from there? Academic institutions…