Precision therapeutics for the precision medicine era
17 May 2019
In recent years we have seen dramatic advances in our understanding of the intricate and dynamic relationships that underpin our immune responses. This.
Personalised medicine: patient stratification
29 Apr 2019
While the general idea of customising treatment to patients is not new, the degree to which treatments may be tailored to patient subgroups defined by.
Pioneers of precision medicine
15 Apr 2019
Breakthroughs in healthcare promise a future in which the individual sits at the centre of medical decisions. But who has paved the way and who is leading.
Bioinformatics Inventions: Patenting challenges at the interface of computer and life sciences
27 Feb 2019
We are entering an age of precision medicine, with patients receiving tailored treatments, selected and sometimes even specifically designed for their.
Fighting cancer with CAR-T therapies
04 Feb 2019
Commercialising genomic research in the US: tips for obtaining patent protection
30 Jan 2019
The field of genomics has seen incredible advances over the past few decades. Technological developments coupled with decreasing costs have fuelled this.
China - a key player in the global precision medicine race
30 Jan 2019
With a growing economy, and a large, ageing population, China is attracting attention from global pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. China’s home.
Precision medicine: ethics, regulation and patent law
13 Dec 2018
New genomic and proteomic analysis technologies allow for diagnosis and prognosis of patients with greater accuracy than ever before. Indeed, due to the.
The importance of Innovation Hubs in the UK's North West Region
02 Dec 2018
Life science ‘start-ups’, ‘spin-outs’ and SMEs are some of the most innovative businesses and are often based upon truly great technology and ideas..
Precision Medicine: the next revolution in healthcare
31 Oct 2018
In recent years, we have witnessed a remarkable healthcare revolution. Thanks to advances in genetic analysis, molecular biology and cell science, we now.