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  • 09 July 2014
    The Technology Strategy Board, the UK’s innovation agency has published its blueprint for growth. The 2014-15 Delivery Plan sets out the Board’s priorities for accelerating innovation across the UK.  It outlines ambitious plans for developing and...
  • 09 July 2014
    The European Commission has today launched a public consultation on ‘Science 2.0’, in order to gauge the trend towards a more open, data-driven and people-focused way of doing research and innovation. Researchers are using digital tools to get...
  • 09 July 2014
    The RAS SIG published a UK strategy for stimulating growth in robotics and autonomous systems. Earlier in the month, minister of universities and science, David Willetts explained why it’s time for the country to take a place on the world stage. The...
  • 09 July 2014
    Germany-based Boehringer Ingelheim has submitted marketing authorisation applications (MAAs) in 31 European countries for the once-daily fixed-dose combination (FDC) of tiotropium + olodaterol in the Respimat Soft Mist Inhaler as a maintenance bronchodilator...
  • 08 July 2014
    Triteq have worked with Zilico Ltd,  a spin-out company from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Sheffield, from the initial concept stage of Zedscan 1, a ground breaking cervical cancer diagnostic device.  So we were...
  • 08 July 2014
    Only a quarter of frontline GPs think clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) have improved clinical work, a survey from the British Medical Association (BMA) has shown. Findings from a the BMA survey were revealed at a recent Westminster Health Forum event.  ...
  • 08 July 2014
    In research that may one day find application in keeping nanobots from sticking to each other or tying themselves in knots, a study published in Current Biology details a Hebrew University of Jerusalem research team’s efforts to understand how octopuses...
  • 08 July 2014
    Cutting back on hospital services in England - before community services are geared up to provide care - is a "recipe for disaster", MPs say. The Health Select Committee said the NHS faced "one of its greatest challenges" dealing with patients...
  • 08 July 2014
    Imagine having tiny electronics implanted somewhere in your body that can regulate nerve signals and make symptoms of various disorders go away. That's the vision of the field of bioelectronic medicine - the emerging discipline that has made enough promising...
  • 08 July 2014
    New frontiers in GI healthcare technology development. Wednesday 8 October 2014 - The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, London W1G 0AE A one-day event providing a major networking opportunity for clinicians, industry, patients and healthcare...
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