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ABPI Publish Report on Bridging the Skills Gap in the Biopharmaceutical Industry
ABPI release report following 2018 survey on the skills gap in the biopharmaceutical industry. The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry has published a report on the skills gaps within the pharmaceutical industry, titled ‘Bridging the Skills Gap in the Biopharmaceutical Industry: Maintaining the UK’s Leading Position in Life Sciences’. The report looks at the…
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.
Swansea University Medical School appoints Head of Pharmacy to launch new course
Swansea University Medical School has appointed a Head of Pharmacy ahead of launching its new Pharmacy degree programme.
Swansea University and Pfizer Drive Forward Collaboration at BioWales 2018
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer and Swansea University are driving forward their vision to improve health and wellbeing for the people of South West Wales, delegates at this year’s BioWales conference were told.
A flu vaccine in pill form has been created by Welsh scientists
Scientists at Cardiff University have created the world’s first vaccination in pill form – a breakthrough which could “revolutionise” patient care and save the NHS money.
Job Opportunity: Santander, Sub-Sector Specialist, Manufacturing (Chemical, Pharmaceuticals & Life sciences)
Santander are currently have an exciting opportunity for a Sub-Sector Specialist to join the Manufacturing sector, with a specific focus and expertise across Chemical, Pharmaceuticals and Life sciences.
Cardiff Met Co-Creates New Anti-Cancer Treatment
Cardiff Metropolitan University has been instrumental in the development of a new anti-cancer agent that has the potential to offer a novel and valuable first-in-class treatment option for cancer.
Cardiff University scientists’ drugs test breakthrough
Scientists in Wales have helped develop a technique to streamline production of new drugs to detect if they could become ineffective or even harmful.
Pharma deals are ‘vote of confidence’, says government
The government has said two deals to invest in the UK's biotech industry illustrate confidence in its industrial strategy, which it published on Monday.
Five new medicines to be fast-tracked annually to NHS patients
The government has announced a plan to speed up the time it takes for new, life-changing medicines to reach patients.