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Category Archives: Biomedical
One day conference at Clare College, Cambridge, on 3rd October 2013 How do you build successful biobusinesses in these tough and fast-changing times? The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at Cambridge Judge Business School is working in partnership with independent … Continue reading
MIA approval positions Melbourn well for Inhalation Asia 26-28th June 2013 Import testing for companies wanting to access European markets is just one of the services being offered by Melbourn Scientific at Inhalation Asia.
New evidence suggests that alcohol leaves behind more than just a sore head. A recent study has shown the dehydrating effects of alcohol can irritate the eyes and cause symptoms of dry eye for people with otherwise healthy eyes. Drinking … Continue reading
MPS ll builds on the experience gained from 1.5 million patients to provide a faster, more reliable test Elektron Technology is launching a new, easy-to-use macular pigment screener (MPS II) that can quickly identify those most at risk of developing … Continue reading
Discuva ‘One bug, one drug’ approach advances with new diagnostics and discovery engine A new rapid diagnostic test for bacterial infection is being pioneered on the Norwich Research Park that will facilitate the advance of a ‘one bug, one drug’ … Continue reading
Prof of Sustainable Chemistry warns pharmaceutical industry of implications “Everytime you see a child with a helium balloon, imagine somebody not being able to have an MRI scan that they desperately needed,” says Tom Welton, Professor of Sustainable Chemistry at … Continue reading
Service offers GMP analysis of droplet size, particle characterisation, spray pattern and plume geometry The multiple benefits of a nasal spray has triggered a boom in product development activity generating greater demand for Melbourn Scientific’s expertise in formulation analysis and … Continue reading
Melbourn Scientific is the first European contract research organisations (CRO) to offer cGMP spray pattern and plume geometry measurement – a regulatory requirement for nasal sprays, oral sprays and metered dose inhalers destined for the US – following investment in … Continue reading
Evidence of drugs usage captured in strands of hair is to be used as part of Claritest, a new drug and alcohol testing service being launched by Anglia DNA, based on the Norwich Research Park. It is the only laboratory … Continue reading