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AZ and Clovis PARP inhibitors show their mettle at ESMO

AZ and Clovis PARP inhibitors show their mettle at ESMO

investigator Kathleen Moore of the University of Oklahoma whilst presenting the results at ESMO.

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    Now this narrative is changing for the better. Of particular interest is a recent study from Stanford University, presented at the 2018 SIIM Conference on Machine Intelligence in Medical Imaging this

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    Among our 400 member organisations are private companies, research centres, universities, hospitals and local authorities, increasingly working together to solve healthcare’s biggest challenges.

  • AstraZeneca: building a new ‘open innovation’ pharma company AstraZeneca: building a new ‘open innovation’ pharma company

    The emerging campus will cover over 170 acres to the south of the city and its world- famous university colleges and generates a significant element of the city’s £2.9bn ... short bike ride away from questing minds at Cambridge University.

  • Bluebird Bio: on the cusp of a gene therapy revolution Bluebird Bio: on the cusp of a gene therapy revolution

    Jesse Gelsinger. Probably the biggest blow came in 1999 when a young man named Jesse Gelsinger died when he took part in a gene therapy trial run by the University of ... However a small group of academic scientists maintained their focus in the field,

  • Is flexible working the future?

    But the opposite appears to be the case. A recent report from Stanford University showed there was a 13% increase in productivity when employees worked remotely.

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  • Can we talk about the ego-bias and chemicals influencing your target audience’s behaviour?

    Two books from one author, Dean Burnett, an eminent neuroscientist, lecturing at Cardiff University Centre for Medical Education. ... Two books from one author, Dean Burnett who is not only smart, funny and Welsh but also an eminent neuroscientist,

  • Porterhouse Medical Group boosts its scientific services

    After obtaining a BSc and MSc in biochemistry from the University of Calgary, Canada, he moved to Barcelona, Spain, to work as a scientist at the Centre for Genomic Regulation.His

  • Page & Page are Growing

    Jess Baldock. Fresh out of Bucks New University’ s Creative Advertising Course, Jess is just starting her career. ... It was at University that she discovered her love for writing, completing her degree as a copywriter with a particular interest in

  • Seduce anyone in four simple steps

    In support of this it is worth taking in to consideration a study from the University College London that shows how being dependent on mobile and screen-based communication is changing

  • Random42 Partner with MedCity for BioJapan 2018

    J. Leading UK health scientists, universities and national research institutions will provide insight into the UK life sciences sector, and their work in ageing, gene editing and artificial intelligence. ... of the world’ s top ten universities, 19 of

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