News > April > 2017

28th April 2017

HIV Prep drug trial backed by minister Vaughan Gething

A "game-changing" drug which dramatically cuts the chances of HIV infection will be provided in Wales as part of a three year trial.
27th April 2017

Medilink UK Award Winners Announced

Winners have been crowned at the Medilink UK Healthcare Business Awards 2017.
24th April 2017

Moleculomics deliver an in silico drug discovery software platform for the UK Ministry of Defence

A spin out company of the Institute of Life Science at Swansea University has recently delivered an in silico drug discovery software platform for the UK Ministry of Defence.
21st April 2017

BBI Solutions expand antibodies product portfolio

BBI Solutions have launched over 20 new antibodies, extending their portfolio to include new cardiac, cancer, inflammation and fertility markers after reacting to demands in the market place.
20th April 2017

Cardiff University gets £13m to be UK dementia centre

Cardiff University will be home to one of six UK centres aimed at finding new ways to diagnose and treat dementia.
19th April 2017

Bangor Uni PC games research to help Parkinson’s treatment

Research into how computer games stimulate the brain could be used to help treat Parkinson's disease.
18th April 2017

Essentra launches apprenticeship programme

Global packaging giant Essentra has launched its first UK-wide National Apprenticeship Programme, which will see it take on 20 apprentices over the next year.
18th April 2017

£4m kidney disease wellness centre plan for Welsh patients

A £4m wellness centre for the 10,000 people in Wales living with kidney disease could become the first of its kind in the country.
18th April 2017

Medilink UK Awards will celebrate national achievement in life sciences and healthcare technology

Winners of the various regional Medilink awards over the last year will come together for the Medilink UK National Awards on Wednesday 26th April.
18th April 2017

Swansea University smart bandage trials ‘within 12 months’

Bandages which can detect how a wound is healing and send messages back to doctors could be trialled within the next 12 months, scientists have said.