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23rd June 2017

Laboratory Investment is Improving Patient Care Across Wales

Health Secretary Vaughan Gething today visited the Public Health Wales Microbiology Lab at the University Hospital of Wales to see how investment in new technology in the NHS is paying off for patients.
23rd June 2017

Innovate UK Job Opportunity: Innovation Lead (Biomedical Catalyst)

Innovate UK currently have a vacancy for a field-based Innovation Lead for the Biomedical Catalyst.
23rd June 2017

UK’s MedTech Industry Forges Closer International Trading Relationships

The Association of British Healthcare Industries (ABHI) has become the first UK Life Sciences industry association to create a bespoke membership offering for international companies.
23rd June 2017

First patient treated with Creo device

The first patient has been treated with a device made by Chepstow-based surgical technology company Creo Medical.
22nd June 2017

Wynne-Jones IP to open London office

Intellectual property firm Wynne-Jones IP has revealed plans to open its first office in London.
22nd June 2017

Work starts on ‘once in a lifetime’ £200m development in Llanelli

Work has officially started at Delta Lakes in Llanelli ready for the £200 million Wellness and Life Science Village.
20th June 2017

Eating disorder app launched through new Swansea University innovation project

A £13.5million project which brings together academics, clinicians and industry to pioneer research into cutting-edge health technologies is now up and running.
19th June 2017

Wynne-Jones: Realising the NHS’s commercial potential through IP

Innovation is frequently recognised as the life blood of medical progression.
19th June 2017

Cardiff scientist to ‘train’ virus to fight ovarian cancer

A Cardiff scientist is to explore whether viruses can be "trained" to tackle ovarian cancer after being given a £250,000 Cancer Research UK grant.
16th June 2017

MediPen to run a course of clinical trials into the medicinal applications of cannabis

MediPen Ltd, which launched a cannabis-based “vaporiser” last year, says it will run a “strenuous” course of clinical trials into the medicinal applications of cannabis at its “state-of-the-art” testing facilities on Caxton Place, Pontprennau.