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Plasticell and London’s gene therapy pioneers to tackle manufacturing conundrum

Plasticell and London’s gene therapy pioneers to tackle manufacturing conundrum

The scientific consortium, led by Plasticell, will fund this project partly through a competitive, non-dilutive grant of £740, 000, obtained from Innovate UK as part of its ‘Innovation in Health ... and Life Sciences’competition.

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  • Prix Galien opens for entries with new award Prix Galien opens for entries with new award

    The process culminates in a ceremony at the House of Commons on 26 September 2018. ... Judges will be looking for innovations that demonstrate the most significant overall contribution to patient care in the UK in terms of clinical effectiveness, cost

  • Chiesi's Holoclar wins UK Prix Galien orphan drug award Chiesi's Holoclar wins UK Prix Galien orphan drug award

    The Judging Panel agreed that it was tremendous to see this level of innovation in an orphan indication.”. ... depth and diversity of medical innovation in UK life sciences. “

  • Cancer Drugs Fund axes 16 treatments after overspending Cancer Drugs Fund axes 16 treatments after overspending

    where life sciences investment and innovation in the UK is being put in genuine jeopardy.”. ... Dr Daniel Thurley, medical director of Roche, said: “ A stop and start approach to providing access to highly-innovative, life-changing cancer medicines

  • NHS 'not driving' health innovation NHS 'not driving' health innovation

    Minister for Life Sciences George Freeman admitted that more must to be done to improve the uptake of innovation in the NHS. ... He joined pharma leaders on a panel last week discussing how regional initiatives can forge new R&D investment, collaboration

  • Nothing makes sense Nothing makes sense

    nothing in the life sciences industry makes sense except in the light of evolution. ... One selection pressure in the life sciences environment favours innovation in technically difficult areas; another selection pressures favour low cost, low innovation

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    CBI, UBM Life Sciences. Powering thought leadership through leaderships, partnerships and innovation in life sciences. ... CBI, UBM Life Sciences.

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