Repositive – the Cambridge-based startup that connects researchers with the right preclinical cancer models for their research – today announced the appointment of Slaven Stekovic as Head of Strategic Growth, along with leading commercial experts (Mariana Vaschetto and Francesca Crawford) to its advisory board, to drive the company’s scale-up and global growth ambitions within the pharma and biotech market.
Coulter Partners was very pleased to partner once more with innovative medicine enabling nanotechnology company, Nanoform to secure the appointment of Mads Laustsen as a non-executive board member. This appointment will further strengthen the experienced Nanoform board and support the company as it increases its ability to deliver nanonized APIs for global partners across the pipeline from late stage drug discovery to commercial.
Cambridge, UK, 9th September 2019: Mogrify Ltd (Mogrify), a UK company aiming to transform the development of cell therapies, today announced the appointment of Dr. Jane Osbourn, OBE as Chair of the Board. In addition to this role, Dr. Osbourn will become a Member of the Scientific Advisory Board and support the Company’s executive team in therapeutic program selection, industrial partner development, mentoring and investor relations.
Cambridge, UK, 9 September 2019 – Lightcast Discovery Ltd (“Lightcast”), an early stage developer of a next-generation microfluidic platform aiming to revolutionise complex cell analysis, today announces that it has raised £1.3 m (USD 1.6m) in seed financing from private investors to develop the capabilities and applications of its platform including continuing to expand its range of pilot studies.
Today, Batavia Biosciences announced that the company has signed a license agreement to utilize Horizon Discovery’s GS knockout CHO K1 cell line expression system for the development of high yield antibody-expressing cell lines. Initially, Batavia will deploy the system for production of a potent Zika virus neutralizing antibody, working in collaboration with Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) and IDBiologics, a company which focuses on developing human antibodies for the prevention, treatment and cure of infectious diseases.
LifeArc, a UK-based medical research charity, announced today it is investing £1.5million into Caldan Therapeutics Limited, a company developing novel therapeutics for the treatment of metabolic diseases based on original work.