Dr. Ian Kovacs of PAREXEL International explains why ccompanies need to consider integrated approaches to risk management, ensuring that such activities commence early in clinical development.
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Dr. Donald A. Wellings and Andrew Gallagher of Spheritech analyse a new novel biopolymer that has been developed, which has found many applications, especially in the formation of self-assembled macroporous biodegradable constructs specifically designed to support 3D cell culture.
Jo Parrish and Rachel Griffith at SWHR look into how cervical cancer begins in the cervix and gradually grows more invasive. One out of every 145 women has cervical cancer, yet cervical cancer is the most preventable cancer and the only one that can realistically be eradicated in our lifetime. This is a fact supported by science and innovation.
Dr. Charlotte Dyring, Dr. Wian de Jongh at ExpreS2ion Biotechnologies and Dr. Ali Salanti at the university of Copenhagen explain why development and optimisation of alternatives, such as stable insect cell-based platforms, remains of interest for the advancement of scientific and medical research.
Life is a gas at Peak Scientific these days!
Since 1997 our dynamic company has reshaped the landscape for laboratory gas generators by stimulating Peak design engineers into some remarkable product developments.
These clever people not only greatly improve the performance of any new gas generators http://www.peakscientific.com/products/), but further ensure that well- established and much loved products can stand the test of time.
Grzegorz Garbacz at the University of Greifswald, Werner Weitschies at University of Greifswald, and Sandra Klein at the University of Greifswald investigate how developing predictive in vitro test systems for solid oral dosage forms which are capable of a realistic simulation of gastrointestinal transit conditions is still a challenge.
Interview with Jean Stéphenne (BioWin): “The European leadership demonstrates that it is possible to convert scientific excellence into economic success in the [Health] sector”
Jaypreet Dhillon from IPI speaks with Jean Stéphenne at GSK Biologicals about the milestones that marked the cluster from its very beginning and their vision of the future.
For a small country, the Netherlands is definitely not a small player in life sciences and health. The Dutch sector owes its position to a strong foundation of excellent science, a vast clinical research infrastructure, and a culture of entrepreneurship and open innovation. Sandra Migchielsen at Amsterdam Innovation Motor provides an insight into the successfully hosted BIO-Europe Spring® 2012.