Healthcare Photonics: Market advice and connecting across the supply chain in big demand

Have you ever thought or are you involved in developing products for the healthcare sector? How is this working out for you and what is that would help you the most? We want to know, because we believe that we can help. Photonics used in healthcare has been hailed for many...

UK Electronics Systems R&D Survey

By completing a short industry survey on R&D barriers and opportunities, you have the opportunity to provide input, which will help us understand the position of R&D activity in the UK Electronics Systems Sector, inform Government and other public bodies on priorities for public...

Eastern Academic Health Science Network : Annual review shows a year of impact

The Eastern Academic Health Science Network (EAHSN) have published their annual review The report "Accelerating Innovation:– details the way that development projects the seven clinical study groups have matured and are benefitting patients. The report also shows the impact EAHSN...

Accelerated Access: Launch of new website

  A new 'Accelerated Access Review'  of innovative medicines and medical technologies  website has been launched. The Accelerated Access Review ( Supported by Wellcome Trust)  has set out the main themes and questions it will be looking at in its work to...

NICE are publishing final Guidance on a medical device that could save the NHS in England up to £10m each year.

NICE has developed medical technology guidance on the 3M Tegaderm CHG IV securement dressing (Tegaderm CHG) for central venous and arterial catheter insertion sites. NICE medical technologies guidance addresses specific technologies notified to NICE by companies. The ‘case for adoption’...

Global exhibition in the Rehab and Assistive Technologies

Sehta would like to encourage you to consider participating in ‘Rehacare’ , which takes place in October in Dusseldorf, Germany.  As you may know this is the largest global exhibition in the Rehab and Assistive Technologies market and it has been a very successful show for our companies...

Breaking down the barriers: how can we use technology to improve the health and wellbeing of people with learning disabilities?

Hft’s 2015 Personalised Technology conference will explore how technology is fundamental to improving the health and wellbeing of people with learning disabilities and how this is consistent with Government strategies around self-care. ...

The Future of Digital Health: Human-centred Design for Wellbeing

Introduced by Edward Hobson and Mitra Memarzia from the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), this session at New Designers hosted four industry speakers – each with a very unique product and service. It was an opportunity for those working in the area of health and wellbeing to show how design...

Annual bioProcessUK Conference: ‘Manufacturing tomorrow's medicines today’

Registration is now open for this year’s  Annual bioProcessUK Conference , which will centre on the theme  ‘Manufacturing tomorrow's medicines today’  -  early bird rates are available until 31 July . The conference, which aims to be the lead showcase event for...

Medical Device Regulations Training Course

SEHTA , in partnership with  Maetrics  and  Medilink UK  will be holding a training course on Medical Device Regulations on Wednesday 21st October 2015, in Leatherhead.  This course will be lead by Peter Rose, Managing Director, Maetrics. This course is for...

Immunocore secures $320 million (£205 million) in Europe’s Largest Private Life Sciences Financing

Immunocore Limited, a world-leading biotechnology company developing novel T cell receptor (TCR) based biological drugs to treat cancer, viral infections and autoimmune disease, today announced the completion of a US $320 million (GBP £205 million) private financing round. The...
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Agricultural science and technology is one of the world's fastest-growing and most exciting markets, driven by global challenges such as a rising population, rapid development of emerging...

Lack of knowledge on animal disease leaves humans at risk

Researchers from the University of Sydney have painted the most detailed picture to date of major infectious diseases shared between wildlife and livestock, and found a huge gap in knowledge...