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MediWales Innovation Awards 2018 Winners Announced
This week guests from industry, the NHS, government and academia gathered for the MediWales Innovation Awards, celebrating the year’s biggest achievements in the Welsh life sciences sector. The black tie event was held on 4th December at Cardiff’s National Museum of Wales and delivered with support from BioWales, the Welsh Government’s Healthcare Technology, Strategy &…
Healthcare firm receives £500,000 to develop innovative diabetic footcare device
Thermetrix Ltd has secured £500,000 investment for their latest venture to support the development of a diabetic footcare system. The funding includes £200,000 seed investment from the Development Bank of Wales as well as business angels and corpora
Digital health start-up accepted onto prestigious accelerator
Social prescribing tool Signum Health has earned a place on one of the UK’s most prestigious medical technology accelerator programmes.
University think tank ready to share findings on future of health care
Academics at a top think tank are seeking talks with Welsh Health Secretary Vaughan Gething to discuss the future of health and social care in Wales.
Creo Medical secures European distribution agreements
Chepstow-headquartered surgical device company Creo Medical has secured framework distribution agreements for four EU countries.
European Parliament backs health technology assessments
The new law adopted on Wednesday aims to avoid duplicating national assessments to determine a medicine’s added value that help EU countries decide on pricing.
Creo Medical on track for commercial launch in 2019
Chepstow-based medical device manufacturer Creo is on track for a full commercial launch in 2019, the company revealed in interim results.
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BabySaver made in Wales could transform newborn care in Uganda
Hundreds of thousands of babies’ lives could be saved each year in developing countries thanks to a device manufactured in a North Wales Rehabilitation Engineering Unit at Bryn Y Neuadd Hospital in Llanfairfechan.
Swansea students complete placement at one of America’s top medical schools
Fourteen Swansea University students have completed a six-week placement investigating new medical technologies at one of America’s top medical schools, as part of the University’s Texas partnership.