News

25th October 2017

New cancer drug to be available in Wales

Nivolumab, a new life-extending drug to treat some forms of lung cancer is to be made routinely available in Wales, the Welsh Goverment has announced.
23rd October 2017

Swansea University welcomes leading health expert as new chair at School of Management

A leading health expert has been appointed Professor of Prudent Health and Wellbeing at Swansea University’s School of Management.
18th October 2017

Development Bank of Wales Launches

The new Development Bank of Wales has launched with more than £400m available to support Welsh businesses.
13th October 2017

SepsisBox Collaboration Wins Made In Wales Award

Once again the collaboration that brought about the development of SepsisBox has won a prestigious award.
13th October 2017

Frontier Medical Group launches its new Toto® Touch automated lateral turning system

Frontier Medical Group, the specialist medical device manufacturer, has launched its new Toto® Touch automated lateral turning system at the 2017 European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel meeting in Belfast.
10th October 2017

Welsh Government provides £5.5 million for digital in NHS

Welsh Government provides £5.5 million for digital in NHS. Announcement places emphasis on common sources of information and a review of cyber security.
06th October 2017

Accenture Releases Life Sciences Survey Results

Accenture Releases Life Sciences Survey Results
06th October 2017

Swansea University wins award for ovarian cancer test

Researchers at Swansea University have won an international award for a new ovarian cancer test.
06th October 2017

Bond Digital Health receives £500k commercial contracts in first six months

Bond Digital Health have developed a digital platform which could save the NHS millions and have already received half a million pounds in commercial contracts in their first six months of trading.
04th October 2017

Cardiff Uni’s £300m innovation campus ‘can be a beacon’

A new £300m campus can be a beacon to attract worldwide talent to Cardiff, a university professor has said.