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23rd July 2018

Bionema backed by private investors

Bionema has received backing from an overseas private investor and the Development Bank of Wales as it looks to develop organic pesticides.
13th July 2018

ReNeuron strikes US exclusivity deal

Cell-based therapeutics developer ReNeuron Group has signed an exclusivity agreement with a US pharmaceutical company for the potential out-licensing of its retinal stem cell technology.
06th July 2018

Expert Advice: Cardiff Met, GO Wales – ‘How do I find a job in Life Sciences with no work experience?’

News out recently said less young people are working while at school and many jobs, even entry-level, require some experience. Sadly, more and more of our Life Sciences students are finding themselves without work experience upon graduating.
18th June 2018

Award granted to Neem Biotech to develop antimicrobial intervention for chronic lung infections

Neem Biotech, a Wales based R&D pharmaceutical biotech working in the field of novel antimicrobial drug development, is pleased to announce that is has been granted a Venture & Innovation Award from the UK Cystic Fibrosis Trust to expand its cystic f
29th May 2018

Jellagen announces the appointment of a new CEO

Jellagen, a pioneer in marine biotechnologies based in Wales, today announces the appointment of Thomas-Paul (TP) Descamps as Chief Executive Officer.
30th April 2018

Jellagen boosted by £3.8m in funding

A Welsh marine biotechnology firm has received £3.8m in funding to accelerate sales of its next-generation jellyfish-based medicine.
28th March 2018

Jellagen Pty Ltd Receives ISO 13485:2016 Certification

Jellagen Pty Ltd is pleased to announce that the Welsh based marine biotechnology company has been certified to ISO 13485:2016 by leading Certification Body – LRQA, for the manufacture of medical grade next generation collagen derived from jellyfish.
13th March 2018

Cell and gene therapy research boost for NHS Wales team

It is hoped patients in Wales will get far quicker access to cutting edge treatment and medicines, thanks to a £7m funding boost.
29th January 2018

Welsh success in Advanced Therapy Treatment Centre bid

A joint bid involving the Welsh Blood Service, Velindre NHS Trust and TrakCel has been successful in securing a £7m grant from Innovate UK to fund a Midlands and Wales Advanced Therapy Treatment Centre.
14th November 2017

New lymphoma treatment developed at Cardiff University

A new method for treating a rare and often aggressive type of blood cancer has been developed by researchers at Cardiff University.