Evonetix, the synthetic biology company developing a desktop platform for scalable, high-fidelity and rapid gene synthesis, today announced it has moved to Coldham’s Business Park, Cambridge, UK. The new facility will enable the continued growth of the Company as it continues in its mission to develop a desktop DNA synthesis platform based on its proprietary silicon chip.
Brighton, UK, 15 October 2019: Enterprise Therapeutics Ltd (Enterprise), a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the discovery and development of novel therapies to improve the lives of patients suffering with respiratory disease, today announced it has been awarded up to £5.7M ($7M) funding under the Therapeutics Development Award programme from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Edinburgh-based biotechnology company MedAnnex today announced that cell line development for the generation of its anti-Annexin A1 antibodies is under way, at FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies’ (Fujifilm) Billingham, UK site.
Leading gene therapy manufacturer recognised as part of Oxfordshire Business Awards
Oxford, UK, June 18 2019 - Its work on life-changing treatments for serious diseases has earned Oxford Biomedica, a leading gene and cell therapy group, The Oxford Science Park Innovation Award 2019.
Medicines have complex storage and transportation needs, and getting medicines to remote locations requires lots of planning, clever engineering and infrastructure. Check out this video from SciShow on YouTube to find out more about how medicines are transported around the world.
Coulter Partners was very pleased to partner once again with innovative drug enabling nanotechnology company, Nanoform to secure the appointment of Dr David Rowe as its Head of Manufacturing. The new role will strengthen Nanoform’s manufacturing organization to efficiently deliver commercial APIs for global partners.
Locate Bio Ltd has received an additional £2.0 million of investment from Mercia Technologies PLC and its third party fund, the Midlands Engine Investment Fund to expand the application of its technologies, including its promising gene therapy technology IntraStem™, into new high value therapy areas to both broaden its in-house development pipeline and provide additional partnering opportunities.
During National Apprenticeship Week apprentices and participating employers gathered at Oxford BioMedica to discuss how the first of its kind advanced therapies apprenticeship programme is key to meeting the industry demands for advanced therapies.
Dr Ian Campbell, interim Executive Chair, Innovate UK, delivered the keynote speech and highlighted the Government’s commitment to the programme. Other highlights of the day included a Q&A session with current apprentices and the launch of three new programmes in regulatory affairs, senior management and the Scottish modern apprenticeship in life sciences.