Weekly News Round-up – 11/9/20

In the news this week, Oxford University and AstraZeneca have temporarily suspended their joint COVID-19 vaccine trials over safety fears as a subject falls ill. In other news, GSK and Sanofi begin their own COVID trials, and a group of...

1 week ago
Bioprocess,Clinical Development,Weekly Roundups

Weekly News Round-up – 11/9/20

In the news this week, Oxford University and AstraZeneca have temporarily suspended their joint COVID-19 vaccine trials over safety fears as a subject falls ill. In other news, GSK and Sanofi begin their own COVID trials, and a group of...

1 week ago

How will COVID-19 Change Biomanufacturing?

The COVID-19 pandemic proved how ill-equipped the world was for a virus of that scale and potency. In the first months of the pandemic, businesses across all sectors scrambled to prepare their processes and supply chains for the coming disruption,...

2 weeks ago
Bioprocess,CGT,Biomanufacturing,Regulatory Affairs,News

How will COVID-19 Change Biomanufacturing?

The COVID-19 pandemic proved how ill-equipped the world was for a virus of that scale and potency. In the first months of the pandemic, businesses across all sectors scrambled to prepare their processes and supply chains for the coming disruption,...

2 weeks ago

Overcoming the Challenges of Decentralised Trials

Decentralised trials - clinical trials with virtual or online elements - have a huge number of advantages in the trial space. They are cheaper, faster, and allow for greater safety and recruitment of patients. But so far they have yet...

4 weeks ago
Clinical Development,Clinical Operations,News

Overcoming the Challenges of Decentralised Trials

Decentralised trials - clinical trials with virtual or online elements - have a huge number of advantages in the trial space. They are cheaper, faster, and allow for greater safety and recruitment of patients. But so far they have yet...

4 weeks ago

Why the Decline in Pharma R&D?

For a few decades now there has been a narrative in the pharmaceutical sector that R&D productivity has been steadily declining: thanks to a lack of low-hanging fruit, blockbuster drugs have been harder and harder to find. AI promises a...

4 weeks ago
R&D,AI & ML,News

Why the Decline in Pharma R&D?

For a few decades now there has been a narrative in the pharmaceutical sector that R&D productivity has been steadily declining: thanks to a lack of low-hanging fruit, blockbuster drugs have been harder and harder to find. AI promises a...

4 weeks ago

Uses for AI in Pharma R&D

AI is by far the biggest buzzword in pharma today - but unlike many other high-profile trends, AI has the potential to rapidly and totally transform the sector forever, speeding up processes, automating basic tasks and making sense of the...

4 weeks ago
R&D,Bioinformatics,AI & ML,News

Uses for AI in Pharma R&D

AI is by far the biggest buzzword in pharma today - but unlike many other high-profile trends, AI has the potential to rapidly and totally transform the sector forever, speeding up processes, automating basic tasks and making sense of the...

4 weeks ago

Weekly News Round-Up – 14/8/20

In the news this week, the race for a vaccine begins to near its conclusion as the U.S. and U.K. continue to buy up supplies of promising vaccines, and Moderna comes under criticism for its steep prices that make the...

1 month ago
R&D,Bioprocess,Clinical Development,Weekly Roundups

Weekly News Round-Up – 14/8/20

In the news this week, the race for a vaccine begins to near its conclusion as the U.S. and U.K. continue to buy up supplies of promising vaccines, and Moderna comes under criticism for its steep prices that make the...

1 month ago
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