Indian Pharma: A Blossoming Market
The Medicine Maker
India is emerging as an economic powerhouse, but what opportunities and barriers does the country’s pharma industry face?
Why (Cannabis) Scientists Should be CEOs
Too many cannabis start-ups are stuck in a rut – to truly innovate, we need technical expertise at the top
Pharma firms found guilty in supply of life-saving drug to NHS
Three pharmaceutical companies conducted illegal activity into the supply of a life-saving medicine, an investigation has found.
Researchers identify biomarker which could help dementia treatments
Researchers in the UK and Australia have identified a new biomarker which could support the development of new treatments for dementia.
BMA urges government to continue routine vaccinations
The British Medical Association (BMA) has urged the government to ensure routine vaccinations continue after coverage has fallen in recent years and during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Trials to Assess new Method of Vaccine Delivery
Researchers at Imperial College London (ICL) are set to begin trials on two of the UK’s coronavirus vaccines being developed by ICL and Oxford University, which are based on direct inhalation.
Merck Announces €59 Million Antibody-Drug Conjugate Manufacturing Expansion
Merck has announced a €59 million expansion of its HPAPI and ADC manufacturing capabilities and capacity at its facility near Madison, Wisconsin, USA. This investment will allow large-scale manufacturing…
Beximco Pharma and Serum Institute of India Announce COVID-19 Vaccine Cooperation
Beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd, the fast-growing manufacturer of generic pharmaceutical products and active pharmaceutical ingredients, and the Serum Institute of India Pvt Ltd (SII), the world’s largest vaccine producer, today announce…
Rethinking oncological drug discovery with advances in analytical proteomics technology
Despite advances in genomics, some aspects of cell behaviour can only be understood by exploring proteins. Cell signalling pathways, which commonly rely upon protein ‘receptors’ binding to signalling molecules…
Solving Freeze Drying Bottlenecks For Diagnosticsand Vaccines Production In The ‘New Normal’
The Covid-19 pandemic has largely been characterised by speed; the speed at which the virus spread, the exponential increase in affected patients, the overload of healthcare systems and even the…
Why Have Scientists Created a COVID-19 Replica?
In the latest attempt to understand the novel coronavirus, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have created a lab-made version that imitates the infection path and…