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6. UK Life Sciences Strategy: much more to do, says industry

UK Life Sciences Strategy: much more to do, says industry Date: 26 Jan 2014 An industry review of the government’s Strategy for UK Life Sciences finds that, two years on, “notable progress” has been made in eight out of 13 initiatives, but there is still much more to do to meet the Strategy’s original objectives. The review was undertaken by four trade association partners in LifeSciencesUK - the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI), the Associatio


7. Flexible Interchange Programme (FLIP) open for applications -

Flexible Interchange Programme (FLIP) open for applications - Date: 08 Jan 2014The BBSRC Flexible Interchange Programme (FLIP) for the bioscience community has opened for a new round of applications.The people and knowledge exchange programme offers those in the bioscience community opportunities to learn and share in a new environment.  It is designed to increase the movement of people, ideas, technologies, and skills between environments - such as academia and industry or between publ


8. Wilton Biotechnologies launches solution to safe soil testing. 

Wilton Biotechnologies launches solution to safe soil testing. Date: 16 Dec 2013The newest tenant on Tetricus Science Park, Wilton Biotechnologies, has launched an innovative yet simple to use, reliable and low cost safe soil testing system. The S2 Safe Soil Tester provides a reliable result within 17 minutes from sample collection with the capability to map, using an inbuilt GPS system, exactly where the sample was taken. The S2 detects soil-borne toxic chemicals including petroleum hydr


9. Guarded welcome for new type of drug

Guarded welcome for new type of drug Date: 21 Jan 2014University researchers have been probing the long-term effectiveness of drugs currently being developed by the pharmaceutical industry.These work by limiting the symptoms caused by a bug or virus in the body, rather than killing it outright.These treatments are designed to avoid the problem of infections becoming resistant to treatment, which has become widespread with antibiotics.This approach is intended to enable the patient to tolera


10. Entrepreneurs should rely on investors, not banks

Entrepreneurs should rely on investors, not banks Date: 20 Jan 2014Xavier Rolet, chief executive of the LSE, instead claims a “diversified funding ecosystem” involving investors taking medium-term stakes in innovative businesses could better boost SMEs’ export prospects in booming markets such as Asia.Rolet, ahead of a speech to the Asia Scotland Institute later this month, said: “Bank debt is the wrong way to ?finance small businesses, and start-ups in particular."C



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