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21:04 EDT 20th June 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Mom’s attitude to baby during pregnancy may impact child’s development

Mothers who ‘connect’ with their baby during pregnancy are more likely to interact in a


European Biotechnology Network - Call for Partners

The IMI funded ENABLE project seeks to develop novel antibiotics against gram negative pathogens. The 6 year, €85 million project brings together SMEs, universities, research centres and pharmaceutical companies and now seeks additional skills. One of the ENABLE programmes underway, jointly led by Sanofi and GSK, is to develop a novel and broadly-applicable technology that utilizes bacterial...

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£40m Innovation Hub planned for Newcastle

A £20m innovation hub for ageing science is to be established in Newcastle as part of a package of measures aimed at cementing the north as a world leader in science and technology, is has been confirmed. The National Centre for Ageing Science and Innovation (NASI) will "lead the UK’s efforts" to improve the health and well-being of older people by developing new technologies and ...

PTV News: Nov 24, 2009

Top stories on November 24th, 2009: Cephalon's Cinquil set-back Biogen CEO attacked over share sales and pay Merck Serono plans global R&D centre in China Norway's Clavis in US$ 380M development deal Action Shares Teva "jumps gun" with Novartis generic "Take your tablets!" -  

Precision medicine: The Christie Hospital as avanguard cancer centre

Prof Andrew Hughes presents at ecancer's Milan Summit on Precision Medicine 2018 about how precision medicine requires a multidisciplinary effort to maximise its potential. He touches upon circulating free DNA, genetic profiling, and also the ethics of...

Precision medicine: The Christie Hospital as a vanguard cancer centre

Prof Andrew Hughes presents at ecancer's Milan Summit on Precision Medicine 2018 about how precision medicine requires a multidisciplinary effort to maximise its potential. He touches upon circulating free DNA, genetic profiling, and also the ethics of...

Compliance Control moves into the BioHub at Alderley Park

Compliance Control have opened a virtual workspace at the BioHub at Alderley Park. The move will give us the opportunity to engage with the companies at the BioHub and help them with their Compliance and Quality requirements, as well as automate their quality processes with the implementation of our Electronic Quality and Document Management System ComplianceControl Centre.The Software as a Servi...

Westport investors in $37M deal for Farmington biotech

A Westport venture capital fund is among the investors in Rallybio, a Farmington startup that announced on Wednesday initial funding totaling $37 million under former research heads of Alexion Pharmaceuticals. RallyBio is developing drugs for rare diseases, with investors including Canaan Partners in Westport, 5AM Ventures in Boston, New Leaf Venture Partners in New York City, and the state-backed...

Alternatives to toxic phenol compounds are being developed

(VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland) Finnish softwood bark contains large amounts of water-soluble tannin-polyphenols, which can be used as renewable alternatives to the fossil and toxic phenol compounds widely used in glues.

Pfizer teams up with Indian Government to battle antimicrobial resistance

Pfizer has entered into a partnership with the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) in an effort to fight antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in India, establishing a centre in New Delhi as part of the project. read more

Advanced Therapies Manufacturing Taskforce

Cobra’s objective in the UK is to become a centre of excellence for the manufacturing of AMTs from pre-clinical to commercial supply. They already have a global reputation GMP manufacturing in this area and are looking forward to further expansion to commercial supply in this exciting and innovative sector.As you may be aware, Cobra Biologics has been intrinsically linked to Cell and Gene Th...

RebelBio Partners With Clustermarket To Support Startups With State-Of-The-Art Resources

The post RebelBio Partners With Clustermarket To Support Startups With State-Of-The-Art Resources appeared first on SynBioBeta.

Calysta Partners with Nofima for Trials to Promote Sustainable Seafood

The post Calysta Partners with Nofima for Trials to Promote Sustainable Seafood appeared first on SynBioBeta.

10x Genomics Announces New Partnership Programs

--New Certified Service Provider and Compatible Partnership Programs will provide an extended ecosystem of reliable NGS workflow solutions for 10x Genomics' customers-- 10x Genomics, Inc., a company focused on accelerating genomic discovery, today announced a global partnership ecosystem to accelerate customer adoption of 10x Genomics' sequencin...

How to diagnose overdiagnosis

Overdiagnosis means different things to different people. Stacy Carter, associate professor at the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine at the University of Sydney argues that we should use a broad term such as too much medicine for advocacy and develop precise, case by case definitions of overdiagnosis for research and clinical...

VFS Global Awarded Contracts to Provide Canadian Visa Application Centre Services in 78 Countries

     (Logo: http://mma.prnewswire.com/media/624234/VFS_Global_Logo.jpg) VFS Global has been serving the Canadian Government since 2005 and currently operates Visa Application Centres (VACs) in five continents for Read more...

Genetic factors that make babies susceptible to complications from Zika are identified

(Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo) Study of twins exposed to Zika virus during pregnancy was conducted at the University of São Paulo's Human Genome & Stem Cell Research Centre in Brazil. Results are published in Nature Communications

Partners-Care New England merger likely to raise premiums

Partners-Care New England merger likely to raise premiums jgregory Mon, 03/19/2018 - 19:15

Another build for WuXi Biologics with $240m investment in Northern China

CDMO WuXi Biologics has announced plans to build a biologics centre in China, where it will develop and manufacture large molecule drugs for clinical and commercial production.

Baby with brain damage dies after parents run out of legal options

A profoundly brain damaged baby at the centre of a legal battle over the withdrawal of life support has died after his parents exhausted all possible legal avenues in a bid to keep him alive.Doctors...

Celgene Partners With German Biotech to Develop Oncology Treatments

Evotec has entered into a collaboration with Celgene to identify new therapeutics in oncology with a focus on solid tumors. Evotec, based in Hamburg, has received an upfront payment of $65M (€55M) from US-based Celgene, one of the largest biotechs worldwide. ... The post Celgene Partners With German Biotech to Develop Oncology Treatments appeared first on Labiotech.eu.

Arthritis drugs potentially safe for expectant mothers

(McGill University Health Centre) A new study led by a team at the Research Institute of the MUHC (RI-MUHC) in Montreal has revealed that pregnant women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) may be able to use certain RA drugs without possible increased health risks to their unborn babies.

China's Megacity Shenzhen Features the World's largest NPP LED Display System Provided by Absen

Committed to Shenzhen'smission of becoming a Smart City role model, Longgang district built the "smart city brain", Longgang Operation Centre (LOC), and introduced the Read more...

New research hub tackles the spread of new diseases

The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), the UK’s technology innovation provider for process manufacturing, has announced its involvement in the development of a new research hub aimed at delivering high-quality vaccines at low cost, with aims of preventing outbreaks of diseases such as Zika and Ebola.


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