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21st May 2019

Personalised Medicines and Bionics to Drive the Future of the UK’s £70 Billion Life Sciences Sector

Wearable technology, diagnostic devices, personalised medicines and bionics are four key opportunities for the UK’s £70-billion-revenue life sciences sector, reveals a new report by Santander and manufacturing organisation Make UK, The Manufacturers’
21st May 2019

The USW Professor Studying the Impact of Extreme Exercise on Mental Health

A University of South Wales (USW) expert is leading a sport psychology support programme, while also advising on a linked study, that looks at the impact of extreme physical exercise on mental health in wounded injured and sick military veterans.
21st May 2019

2019 Winners Announced: Medilink UK Healthcare Business Awards in Association with Med-Tech Innovation

Last night the 2019 Medilink UK Healthcare Business Awards took place. The sell-out gala dinner was the best yet, with 250 professionals from across the industry coming to celebrate with the winners, network with peers and share their pride in the industry. This year’s awards recognised a multitude of achievements and outstanding contributions to life…

15th May 2019

Student nurses’ passion for their course wins Department top award

Nursing staff at Swansea University are celebrating after winning a top national award for the quality of their teaching. The University’s Department of Nursing scooped the Nurse Education Provider of the Year (Pre-registration) title at this year’s Student Nursing Times Awards. Judges praised the team of students involved in the University’s submission and particularly highlighted…

15th May 2019

Centre’s pioneering research helping to shape future strategy for ageing in Wales

A ground-breaking research centre – the Centre for Ageing and Dementia Research - led by Swansea University is set to play a key role in shaping the future care of older people in Wales.
08th May 2019

Challenging metabolism may help fight disease

New research by Swansea University academics has shown that harnessing metabolism at a cellular level may help to relieve or heal a range of disorders.
08th May 2019

Researchers highlight the need for forecasting global animal-to-human disease spread

A team of researchers from Swansea University and The University of Queensland is seeking to gain a better understanding of how best to tackle harmful viruses that shift between wildlife and humans and go on to cause global epidemics.
05th May 2019

Huntleigh Healthcare awarded Queen’s Award for Innovation

The Cardiff based company has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Innovation in recognition for their new range of Digital Handheld Dopplers. 
29th April 2019

Solar investment improves environmental performance and brings energy savings to Sharp Clinical UK

Sharp Clinical UK are delighted to have completed the installation of a 250kWp roof-mounted solar panel project at its Clinical Services Centre of Excellence in Rhymney, UK. The solar panel system will generate approximately 20% of the sites total annual electricity requirements, further reducing the company’s carbon footprint and increasing environmental performance. Using the latest…

29th April 2019

Sharp receives MHRA approval for Clinical Services Centre of Excellence

Sharp, part of UDG Healthcare plc, a global leader in contract packaging and clinical supply services, has received approval from the Medicines and Healthcare Product Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to begin production at its Clinical Services Centre of Excellence in Rhymney, UK. Following a successful inspection by the MHRA, Sharp can now offer a range of…