Weekly News Round-up – 31/1/20

With the Chinese Coronavirus dominating the news this week, headlines were a diverse affair: Novartis has backed out of a generic program copying Advair, with the company citing that they could no longer see a way to launch in the...

3 weeks ago
R&D,Bioprocess,Weekly Roundups

Weekly News Round-up – 31/1/20

With the Chinese Coronavirus dominating the news this week, headlines were a diverse affair: Novartis has backed out of a generic program copying Advair, with the company citing that they could no longer see a way to launch in the...

3 weeks ago

How Can We Speed up Vaccine R&D?

With the rapid spread of the coronavirus 2019-nCoV through China and now globally, governments and organisations have implemented a range of preventative measures. Chinese provinces including Beijing and Shanghai have shut down long-distance bus services and entirely closed off some...

3 weeks ago
R&D,Biology,News

How Can We Speed up Vaccine R&D?

With the rapid spread of the coronavirus 2019-nCoV through China and now globally, governments and organisations have implemented a range of preventative measures. Chinese provinces including Beijing and Shanghai have shut down long-distance bus services and entirely closed off some...

3 weeks ago

Weekly News Round-up – 24/1/20

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has been in the news a lot this week, a fact that doesn't often herald good news. The first, of course, was to discuss the outbreak of a new coronavirus in China, against which no antidote...

4 weeks ago
Weekly Roundups,News

Weekly News Round-up – 24/1/20

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has been in the news a lot this week, a fact that doesn't often herald good news. The first, of course, was to discuss the outbreak of a new coronavirus in China, against which no antidote...

4 weeks ago

Antibiotic Resistance: Is Pharma Doing Enough?

Developed resistances to certain antibiotics have occurred since their creation in the 1940s. Scientists found the first case of resistance just four years after antibiotics entered mass production. Only recently, however, has the issue taken a critical turn. Resistant strains of...

1 month ago
R&D,Pharmacovigilance,Biology

Antibiotic Resistance: Is Pharma Doing Enough?

Developed resistances to certain antibiotics have occurred since their creation in the 1940s. Scientists found the first case of resistance just four years after antibiotics entered mass production. Only recently, however, has the issue taken a critical turn. Resistant strains of...

1 month ago

Weekly News Round-up – 17/1/20

The week passed fairly uneventfully this time, with the baffling politics and shocking events of the new decade struggling to get started. Instead, research from Scottish universities indicated a link between a type of common gut bacteria and Parkinson's; a...

1 month ago
Oncology,Weekly Roundups,Biology

Weekly News Round-up – 17/1/20

The week passed fairly uneventfully this time, with the baffling politics and shocking events of the new decade struggling to get started. Instead, research from Scottish universities indicated a link between a type of common gut bacteria and Parkinson's; a...

1 month ago

Avoiding Bias in Precision Medicine

Precision medicine, or the tailoring of healthcare towards either a select group or individual based on their needs and physiology instead of their illness, is a well-known and highly-anticipated aspect of healthcare pharmaceuticals, with thousands of articles written on it. ...

1 month ago
R&D,Clinical Development,Clinical Operations,Race and Ethics,Precision and Personalised Medicine,News

Avoiding Bias in Precision Medicine

Precision medicine, or the tailoring of healthcare towards either a select group or individual based on their needs and physiology instead of their illness, is a well-known and highly-anticipated aspect of healthcare pharmaceuticals, with thousands of articles written on it. ...

1 month ago
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