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12th July 2017

University of South Wales project will save your breath

A University of South Wales professor has been awarded £75,000 to make a device that can check for lung problems in a patient’s own home.
11th July 2017

Frontier Medical Group launches UK Toto® rental business in partnership with Drive Devilbiss Healthcare

Frontier Medical Group, the specialist medical device manufacturer, has announced the launch of its new UK Toto rental business in partnership with Drive Devilbiss Healthcare.
11th July 2017

Over 100 STEM ambassadors at Renishaw inspire the engineers of the future

Renishaw's education outreach programme includes 139 recognised science, technology engineering and maths (STEM) ambassadors, who support a variety of STEM activities with local schools.
10th July 2017

Kidney cancer drug approved for NHS use

A drug which could prolong life for people with advanced kidney cancer has been approved for use on the NHS in England and Wales.
10th July 2017

£21m investment in research to increase opportunities for patients and develop the treatments of tomorrow

More than £21m will be invested by the Welsh Government during the next year in high quality research in the Welsh NHS to help researchers develop the treatments of tomorrow, Health Secretary Vaughan Gething announced today.
10th July 2017

2017 NHS Innovation Accelerator applications open

For 2017, the NIA is seeking local, national and international innovations that address the following NHS priorities: Mental Health, Urgent and Emergency Care, Primary Care.
07th July 2017

Expert advice from Geldards: Five tips for start-ups and early stage companies

It's often misunderstood how much work and consideration is required for start-ups and early stage companies to become successful.
07th July 2017

Welsh firms’ hi-tech bid to to help cut cost of bedsores

Two firms in Wales are hoping they can help offer new hi-tech solutions to tackle the costly problem of bedsores.
06th July 2017

Expert Advice: Innova Partnerships

Innovation is a critical component for companies across the life sciences sector. Defining and protecting this innovation through intellectual property rights (IPR), such as patents, trademarks and design rights is also a key activity.
06th July 2017

Welsh Government £6.8m ‘precision’ medicine action pledge

The Welsh NHS risks being left behind unless stronger services and more expertise are developed in genetic medicine, according to a new strategy launched by the Welsh Government.