.The government has announced a £213 million investment to upgrade UK laboratory facilities to help scientists and researchers fight COVID-19
GBSLEP) has granted £14 million of funding to support the construction of Birmingham Health Innovation Campus
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Eisai, a Japanese pharmaceutical company, and Wren Therapeutics, a spin-off company from the University of Cambridge in the UK and Lund University in Sweden, have announced an exclusive research collaboration agreement. The news that the two firms will be working together to further drug discovery for a range of conditions that involve synucleinopathies could bring hope to those suffering from …
The COVID-19 vaccine candidate that has been developed by the team at Oxford University has the capacity to be up to 90 per cent effective.
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Scientists are to begin trials on whether vitamin D can protect people from Covid-19 as growing evidence suggests the supplement could be a lifesaver.
Once the UK leaves the EU, the country will gain the autonomy for streamlining approval processes for medicines, joining other countries, such as the US, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Singapore, and Brazil, in speeding up the approval of innovative medicines, including cancer treatments. According to GOV.UK press release, the UK will join two initiatives that will bring together some of the …
A discovery in the field of genome editing technology has been awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in chemistry
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Research conducted by an undergraduate student at the University of Dundee has helped develop our understanding of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Trials are about to get underway to assess the safety and efficacy of two coronavirus vaccines currently in development.
With many employers, recruitment agencies and science graduates prioritising safety in the current circumstances, there has been a gigantic rise in the number of telephone and distance interviews.
The University of Birmingham revealed that it will receive £10.8 million to kick start the construction of the Birmingham Health Innovation Campus (BHIC).
In the last week the government has announced two new ways in which it will support our health system and the people who work for it.
A former St Andrews University spin-out firm behind a device that aids in the detection of UTIs has announced plans to triple its workforce.