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Over £200 Million Boost to Upgrade UK labs
New facilities include super computers to track infectious diseases, airborne sensors to monitor greenhouse gas emissions, and a unique floating offshore wind testing lab. UK science facilities to be upgraded with £213 million government investment enabling researchers to respond to global challenges such as COVID-19 and climate change new world class equipment includes supercomputers in…
Prime Minister announces £20m to grow medicines manufacturing in the UKThe new fund will improve medicine supply chains and create thousands of jobs.
Winners announced for MediWales Innovation Awards
Winners have been announced at the fifteenth annual MediWales Innovation Awards, which celebrate outstanding achievements in the Welsh life science and health technology communities. This year, the awards ceremony took place entirely online for the first time, with guests tuning in from across Wales to represent the NHS, industry, academia, government and more. Many companies…
Success for Genesis Biosciences at the Inaugural Wales STEM Awards
Pioneering natural microbial and anti-microbial manufacturer, Genesis Biosciences, has won two Wales STEM Awards in the event’s inaugural year. The Cardiff based global biosciences company was among 42 innovative businesses to be named finalists in this year’s highly anticipated awards, which celebrated those making a difference to, and championing, Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)…
Jellagen Boosts Scientific Advisory Board with New Appointments Dr Mike Barbeck and Dr Andy WeymannJellagen, a leader in advanced collagen biomaterials from marine sources, announces the appointments of Dr Mike Barbeck and Dr Andy Weymann to their Jellagen Scientific Advisory Board. Mike and Andy will join existing board members Professor Andrew M
Professor’s new role helping to promote nanomedicine across the UK
Swansea University Medical School’s Professor Steve Conlan has taken up a key role helping to highlight UK nanomedicine research. He has been appointed Chair of the British Society for Nanomedicine (BSNM), the UKs leading organisation which seeks to give industry, academia, clinicians and the public access to news of ongoing nanomedicine research throughout the UK….
Job Opportunity – Scientist at CytivaCytiva are developing our capabilities in Assay Tool technologies for several areas of the business with a focus in Customised Genomics workflow products (particularly our SeraMag bead and Lyo-Stable (lyophilisation) products). We are looking to enga
Cytiva expands contract lyophilization capacity with new labCytiva is pleased to announce the official opening of its new manufacturing laboratory to support its Lyo-Stable lyophilization services for genomics and diagnostics assay stabilization, at its Center of Excellence in Cardiff, UK.
Health Technology Wales Announces Scientific Advice Service for Tech Developers
Health technology developers can optimise their plans with help from Health Technology Wales (HTW). The independent and national organisation, set up by the Welsh Government, has launched the new HTW Scientific Advice Service. The expert consultancy service supports technology developers in Wales to demonstrate value that meets the needs of care commissioners, care providers, patients…