News > March > 2017
New research facility for Sony UK Technology Centre
A new research centre to identify manufacturing processes of the future has opened at the Sony UK Technology Centre (UK TEC) in Pencoed.
British scientists in world-first TB breakthrough
British scientists have made a world-first breakthrough in the diagnosis of tuberculosis.
Expert Advice from Geldards: General Data Protection Regulations – A game changer for everyone
The Information Commissioner has described it as a “game changer for everyone”. So it probably hasn’t escaped your notice that a new, European wide data protection law is on its way. The General Data Protection Regulation 2016 (“GDPR”) will automatically apply in all EU Member States (without the need for national implementing legislation) from 25th…
Spider venom may offer stroke therapy
A protein in spider venom may help protect the brain from injury after a stroke, according to research.
Health leaders delighted as Swansea Bay City Deal is given green light
Health and life science chiefs in South West Wales have welcomed the confirmation of the Swansea Bay City Region City Deal funding today from Westminster.
‘Huge advance’ in fighting world’s biggest killer
An innovative new drug can prevent heart attacks and strokes by cutting bad cholesterol to unprecedented levels, say doctors.
Proton Partners to open £35m facility in Liverpool
Proton Partners International, the Welsh company behind the Rutherford Cancer Centre in Newport, is to open a £35m proton cancer treatment centre in Liverpool.
Swansea Uni research could predict further heart attacks
Research at Swansea University could help predict further attacks and detect problems in heart attack patients.
PwC analysis highlights economic footprint of UK Life Sciences
The productivity of the UK’s Life Sciences sector is more than double the UK average, says a new report launched today [6 March].
Management Buy-Out of Ultrawave Ltd
Ultrawave ltd, one of the leading ultrasonic cleaning equipment manufacturers in the UK, is pleased to announce that it has successfully completed a management buyout from its former Managing Director, John Melville.