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18th August 2015

Grants, Discounts and Deadlines for BioPartner UK supported conferences

Every August brings with it a set of conference-associated deadlines and expiry dates. Don’t miss out on early bird rates, TAP grants* or partnering launches: check the list below and click the links for more details and/or to register. 20 August: UK@AusBiotech last chance to apply for a UKTI TAP grant 28 August: NLSDays 2015…

18th August 2015

KESS PhD Studentship: Digitising Nurse-led Medicines Monitoring Profiles – Deadline 31st October

Dr Susan Jordan and Swansea University are looking to recruit a KESS funded PhD student to work on the development of the mental health medicine adverse reaction scoring paper tool which is currently used by community nurses. The project aims to show the health and cost benefits to the mental health patient group by integrating with patient record systems….

17th August 2015

Jellagen Pty Ltd secures £97,477 SMART grant from Innovate UK to support the development of a functionalised collagen product for wound care

Jellagen Pty Ltd, a new medical-tech company is pleased to announce the award of £97,477 SMART grant funding from Innovate UK (formally the Technology Strategy Board). Funding from Innovate UK will support R&D focused on a novel method of functionalising jellyfish collagen with the aim of tackling the two main clinical issues associated with chronic…

13th August 2015

Expert Advice: 7 Key Factors Considered by the GX Product Realisation Team

By Gary Ross, GX Group. GX want to make their clients’ conceptual ideas a physical, commercial reality. We cover a range of sectors, from automotive to healthcare, but the underpinning and fundamental considerations of what goes into a product’s design remain the same. If you approach GX, we will partner you at every step of the…

10th August 2015

BIA publishes new report calling for the Biomedical Catalyst scheme to be continued in the interest of the nation’s health and wealth

Today the UK BioIndustry Association (BIA) publishes a new report, The Biomedical Catalyst, making the case to continue. Published following the announcement of the last round of the current Biomedical Catalyst (BMC) funding allocation, the report gives a retrospective of the current scheme and showcases ten case studies from companies who have been recipients of…

05th August 2015

One day in translational medicine: ON Helix 2015: a Delegate’s view

One day in translational medicine: ON Helix 2015: a Delegate’s view  Written by Clare Sansom This year One Nucleus’ annual Translational Research Conference, ON Helix, moved back to the venue of its inaugural meeting in 2013: the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, home of both the Sanger Institute and the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI). …