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Oxford Centre for Haematology launched

The new Oxford Centre for Haematology has been launched with funding from the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), bringing together University of Oxford researchers and clinicians from Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The aim of this new virtual centre is to bring people working in haematology together to improve the understanding and treatment ... Read more

Visually appealing solar modules as architectural elements in building facades

(VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland) VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences together with the industrial partners are investigating opportunities to extend integration of visually attractive solar modules into architecture of building facades. Also, the commercialization routes based on the circular economy are being explored.

CPI s National Formulation Centre set to open

The Centre for Process Innovation, the UK s technology innovation provider for process manufacturing, announced that its National Formulation Centre will officially be opened on the 15 March 2018

Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult opens manufacturing centre

Over £60 million of UK government investment is being used to develop the new centre which aims to accelerate growth of the industry in the UK

$15 million gift will create unique powerhouse initiative to fight infections and immunity

(McGill University Health Centre) A $15-million gift from the visionary Montreal-based Doggone Foundation will launch the McGill Interdisciplinary Initiative in Infection and Immunity, a unique and highly collaborative endeavour that will harness the scientific expertise, resources and creativity of McGill researchers, the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and affiliated research partners in ...

Making the Arctic accessible for excellent science

(Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research) Fourteen partners from thirteen countries including two North American partners from USA and Canada have joint forces to improve the capacities for marine-based research in the ice-covered Arctic Ocean. In the project 'ARICE- Arctic Research Icebreaker Consortium', they aim at better coordinating the existing polar research...

JSS and iMedrix Announce Formation of Innovation Centre in Connected Cardiac Care

Given the rate at which the epidemic of Cardio Vascular Diseases and life style diseases is spreading, this Centre will focus on an integrated, multi-disciplinary Read more...

Le « tigre de Madras » ravit la victoire au numéro 1 mondial et remporte l’or lors des ...

Le coup d'envoi des tours rapides a été donné mardi, à l'emblématique Apex Convention Centre dans le centre de Riyadh, en Arabie saoudite. L'Arabie Read more...

New overseas scholarship named in honour of distinguished Indian botanist

(John Innes Centre) A new scheme to support postgraduate students from developing countries is announced today by the John Innes Centre.

New overseas scholarship named in honor of distinguished Indian botanist

(John Innes Centre) A new scheme to support postgraduate students from developing countries is announced today by the John Innes Centre.

World moves closer to eradicating Guinea worm disease – Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphWorld moves closer to eradicating Guinea worm diseaseBelfast TelegraphThe Carter Centre, which leads the eradication campaign, says just 30 cases were reported last year in isolated areas of Ethiopia and Chad. The Carter Centre is leading the fight. 1 1 The Carter Centre is leading the fight. January 20 2018. 0 Comments ...and more

A new twist to an old story of cellular signaling in the eye of a fly

(National Centre for Biological Sciences) Recent work from the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), Bangalore, has shown that the regeneration of a signaling molecule, phosphatidylinositol 4,5 bisphosphate (PIP2), is not as simple as it was thought to be. Experimental work from Raghu Padinjat's group and mathematical modelling by Sandeep Krishna's team from the Simons Centre for Living ...

MSD attracts top British scientist to head up UK discovery centre

In November, MSD made a high profile unveiling of plans for a new multi-million pound discovery centre in London – and today it has announced a heavyweight researcher to lead it. Dr Fiona Marshall joins MSD (Merck & Co. in North America) from ...

Party backed by Sri Lanka's ex-president eyes big victory in local polls

The unexpectedly strong showing could lead to defections away from the centre-left party led by President Maithripala Sirisena, a partner in the country's coalition government, analysts said, creating instability in the legislature. The local polls were the first elections since the unity government of Sirisena's centre-left Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) and Prime Minister Ranil Wickrem

The CHUM Research Centre presents its Awards of Excellence

(University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre (CRCHUM) ) The University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre (CRCHUM) has announced the recipients of the 2017 Awards of Excellence. These awards recognize the outstanding performance of CHUM researchers in the area of health research.

Serotonin promotes perseverance

(Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown) It was thought that the neurotransmitter serotonin most likely acted by inhibiting behavior. Now, scientists at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown have shown that general idea to be wrong.

Sound new technique tunes into the shifting shapes of biology

(John Innes Centre) Scientists at the John Innes Centre have come up with a novel way of quantifying cell shapes -- with a lot of mathematics and a little musical inspiration.

Smart rollator motivates elderly to exercise more

(VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland) VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Orton are exploring the benefits and impacts of technology in motivating seniors to increase physical activity.

Helsinn and the Scientific Centre of Monaco collaborate

Helsinn International Services and the Scientific Centre of Monaco (CSM), signed a collaboration agreement to support a research project aimed at developing pharmacological inhibitors for the most common form of kidney cancer

STA Pharmaceuticals to build new R&D centre in Shanghai

STA Pharmaceuticals (a subsidiary of WuXi AppTec) has signed an investment agreement with the government of Shanghai, Jinshan District to build a new R&D centre, aimed at strengthening the company’s pharma development and manufacturing platform.

Ferring to invest 30 million CHF in biotech centre

Specialty biopharmaceutical group, Ferring Pharmaceuticals, has announced its 30 million CHF investment in its new biotech centre in Switzerland.

Groups hails potential of organ on a chip tech for UK

The Medicines Discovery Catapult, the Centre for Drug Safety Sciences at the University of Liverpool and the National Centre for the Replacement Refinement & Reduction of Animals in Research are working together to “propel” the UK into the race to advance organ on a chip technology.

Neglected Atom Has Top Properties for Atomic Clocks

NewsResearchers at the Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore propose that lutetium clocks could outperform today's timekeepers.Contributed Author: 

Russians held for 'mining bitcoin' at top nuclear lab

Engineers at Russia's top nuclear research facility have been detained after they attempted to mine bitcoin on its computers, Russian news agencies reported Friday. Several employees at the Russian Federal Nuclear Centre in the city of Sarov have been detained after making "an attempt to use the work computing facilities for personal ends, including for so-called mining," a spokeswoman for the ce...

Increasing diversity through the NCI SBIR development centre

Dr. Canaria talks to ecancer at AACR 2018 about the NCI SBIR development centre. She discusses the importance of encouraging diverse projects with diverse participants, particularly people of colour, women, and socially and economically disadvantaged...

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