A multidisciplinary team of experts is working on a project to develop more precise drug dosing for children with cancer.
Research in the life sciences sector found that nearly two-thirds of professionals in the sector thought AI would lead to faster results.
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Researchers have carried out a study which suggests the diagnosis and monitoring of Parkinson’s disease is possible through analysis of skin compounds.
‘Long-Covid’ is the term to describe patients who are suffering from the ill-effects of the virus three months or more after first contracting it.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has been urged to provide more help to expand Britain’s life sciences industry in his Budget this week.
A new study has found that professional recruitment companies increase UK productivity by £7.7bn a year.
The National Horizons Centre at Teeside University has welcomed the news that it will be playing a ‘major role’ in the development of the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine
A worldwide study into the health effects of a sedentary lifestyle has been launched.
A new report has revealed that Scotland’s pharmaceutical industry has been continued growth in employment, exports, and productivity.
.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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