Ground-breaking method of delivering lifesaving drugs using microbubbles is moving closer to being used in patients, due to a new research project between Medicines Discovery Catapult and the University of Leeds at Medicines Discovery Catapult’s laboratories in Alderley Park. Due to toxic side effects, many life-saving and life-improving drugs cannot be used to treat patients.
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GSK is set to further boost the UK’s life sciences strategy by committing £40M to work for identifying new drug targets. Although the investment pales in comparison to MSD’s recent £1 billion pledge; there will be a further two dozen deals expected to be announced over the coming weeks, it’s being praised as a sign
Novozymes, a Danish biotech company, has set up an online network for individuals and companies to collaborate on solutions to major scientific problems called HelloScience. The network takes aim at five initial challenges, all based on a water theme, including developing an E. coli detection device. Approximately 18,000 children die each day from diarrhoea and