23rd November 2016
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21st November 2016
PulmonIR secures investmentA new company has been spun out from the Swansea University's Medical School with backing from the Welsh Government, IP Group, Finance Wales and the Swansea University Innovation Fund.
16th November 2016
Research finds nurse-led monitoring improves the care of patients prescribed mental health medicinesNew research has found that nurse-led monitoring can prevent serious adverse side effects of medicines prescribed to people with mental health problems and previously unnoticed health problems in patients can also be recognised and treated.
14th November 2016
Rogue Resolutions launches BrainBox initiative to support young neuroscientistsWelsh neuroscience solutions provider, Rogue Resolutions, launches BrainBox Initiative, an exciting programme of events and activities for young neuroscientists at this month’s Society for Neuroscience (SfN) annual conference in San Diego.
11th November 2016
World Courier Unveils Lighter, More Robust Thermal Packaging SolutionWorld Courier, the global leader in specialty logistics and a part of AmerisourceBergen, unveiled a new packaging solution for pallet-sized shipments that will reduce transport costs and maintain temperature up to 40 percent longer.
09th November 2016
New €9m EU project to expand life sciences sector in Wales and IrelandMore than €9m of EU funding will be invested in a new two-nation project to expand the life sciences sector in Wales and Ireland.
08th November 2016
Proton Partners announces new research facilityProton Partners International has signed a 10-year lease to establish a research centre at the Life Sciences Accelerator building in Liverpool which is due to open next year.
04th November 2016
Professor Judith Hall Crowned President of the Society of Anaesthetists of WalesMediWales board member, Professor Judith Hall has been crowned President of the Society of Anaesthetists of Wales.
03rd November 2016
Biomedical researchers at Cardiff Met play vital role in intensive care sepsis studyScientists from Cardiff Metropolitan University’s School of Health Sciences have conducted ground-breaking research into helping people with sepsis syndrome - a potentially life-threatening condition triggered by an infection or injury that can affec
03rd November 2016