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Advanced Therapies and Medicinal Products Ministerial Taskforce Update

The Advanced Therapies Manufacturing Taskforce originated from the work of the  Medicines Manufacturing Industry Partership  (MMIP), it is co-chaired by George Freeman MP, Minister for Life Sciences, and by me, the Chair of the MMIP. It is a short-term group which will meet three times over 2016 with the aim of anchoring advanced therapy manufacturing and its associated supply...
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Future of British Manufacturing Initiative

What is the initiative? It’s a hands on approach to generate sustainable, profitable growth for British design &  manufacturing SMB’s through increased productivity and greater innovation. We aim to accelerate  the pace at which British designers & manufacturers step into the Future of Making Things. How Ready are you? Before you do anything, invest 20...
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The Future of British Manufacturing

Autodesk, working with The Manufacturer magazine, have developed an initiative called "The Future of British Manufacturing". As part of this initiative a series of free introductory events will take place around the country between April and September at various parts of the Innovate UK Catapult network. Supporters include KTN and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. KTN’s...
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Industry taskforce launched to secure the future of manufacturing advanced therapy medicines in the UK

A new Advanced Therapy Manufacturing Taskforce has been launched by the Medicines Manufacturing Industry Partnership (MMIP) to secure the future of manufacturing advanced therapies in the UK. Co-chaired by Minister for Life Sciences George Freeman and Ian McCubbin, SVP North America, Japan & Global Pharma Supply, GlaxoSmithKline, the new taskforce will be working to...
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ADDoPT set to transform UK pharmaceutical development and manufacturing through £20.4m project

ADDoPT is a four-year collaboration between government, industry and academia supported by AMSCI funding. Led by Process Systems Enterprise and supported by the Medicines Manufacturing Industry Partnership (MMIP), it involves pharmaceutical companies Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca and Bristol-Myers Squibb, as well as leading UK universities, research centres, and knowledge-driven...
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Synpromics and Cell Therapy Catapult collaborate to develop viral vector manufacturing platform

Synpromics Ltd, a leading synthetic biology company, and The Cell Therapy Catapult, the UK organisation accelerating the growth of the UK cell and gene therapy industry by bridging the gap between scientific research and commercialisation, announce the launch of a collaboration to remove a major barrier to the development of the cell and gene therapy industry by reducing the cost and...
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Biochemical Engineering SIG event

Automating biologics: high-throughput development through to smart manufacturing seminar 22 February 2016, IChemE, London, UK Automation has the potential to enhance throughput of an organisations operations through realising greater efficiencies, reduced timeframes & reduce/remove human error. The purpose of this meeting is to review end-user case studies...
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UK Cell Therapy GMP Manufacturing Capacity and Capability Increases

The Cell Therapy Catapult has published its annual survey of the GMP licensed cell and gene manufacturing capability and capacity in the UK, which shows growth in the cell therapy industry to April 2015. Key findings include: 25% increase in the numbers of highly-skilled staff at cell therapy facilities Addition of 2 cell therapy manufacturing centres 16% growth in the...
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Targeted healthcare production: Where is it needed most?

RiHN Workshop Personalised medicine is set to become a €2bn industry by 2018 and Re-Distributed Manufacturing (RDM) can support this growth. Manufacturing outside a centralised factory enables faster response, lower cost or better preservation of sensitive goods. RDM can provide tailored, right-first-time treatments to all patients, allowing the best therapy for an individual patient to...
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Workshop: Building A Medicines Manufacturing Supply Chain for the Future

  ' Building A Medicines Manufacturing Supply Chain for the Future ' Wednesday, 6th May 2015, 9.30am - 4.30pm Radisson Blu Hotel, Liverpool   Kindly hosted by        The Medicines Manufacturing Industry Partnership ,  supported by ABPI and BIA,   has been established to bring the UK’s medicines...
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Production line readiness for high-value manufacturing

Innovate UK is to invest up to £1 million in late-stage experimental development projects to help companies bring recent technology innovations closer to the point of manufacturing readiness. This competition builds on our previous investments in high-value manufacturing feasibility studies and collaborative R&D projects. We are challenging businesses to address a gap which can...
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In-clinic Manufacture & Minimally Invasive Implantation of Materials

New Strategies for Treating MSK Disorders:  In-clinic Manufacture & Minimally Invasive Implantation of Material Surgical techniques must deliver the optimal patient experience and the lowest life-cycle cost. MeDe Innovation is seeking to develop effective therapies which are customised to the patient and disease state, aiming for delivery with minimum disruption – ideally...
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