News > September > 2017
Cancer survival rates improve in Wales
The survival rate for all cancers for people living in Wales is continuing to increase, according to the latest official statistics.
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UK MedTech companies keen to forge relationships with California
Several leading UK clinicians and pioneering medical companies will be visiting California this week (23-29 September 2017) in a bid to forge stronger relationships across the State. The mission, which is rsupported by the UK Government, aims to strengthen export links between the UK and California and create demand for UK designed healthcare technologies. The…
Made in Wales Finalists Unveiled
The finalists for this year’s Made in Wales Awards have been revealed, with several MediWales members on the shortlist.
New business hub brings university and business together
A new concept of business hub which puts together the needs of SMEs with the skills of academia was launched at the University of South Wales (USW) this week. (September 18).
£5m hospice officially opened
The £5m, 15-bed St David's Hospice Care facility in Newport has officially opened.
Sir Mansel Aylward announced as new Chair of Life Sciences Hub Wales
Skills and Science Minister Julie James is pleased to confirm that Professor Sir Mansel Aylward has been appointed as the new Chair of Life Sciences Hub Wales Limited.
Local Brownie group earns badge of engineering honour at Renishaw
Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, recently hosted a local Brownie group at its Miskin site in South Wales to help them earn a new badge in engineering.
State-of-the-art new service launches at Singleton Hospital
A state-of-the-art new service has been launched at Singleton Hospital to diagnose and treat pleural diseases and cancers such as lung cancer.
“Good Progress” for EKF as revenue rises
Penarth-based EKF Diagnostics has achieved "continued good progress" with turnover up by more than 20 per cent in its half-year results.