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The One Nucleus blog is written by individuals and is not necessarily a reflection of the views held by One Nucleus.

Plugging in to London’s Capital Markets and Support

The UK is at the forefront of life sciences innovation. Break through companies across the UK are creating cutting edge therapies, highly skilled jobs, and driving economic growth. But business and Government recognise that more still needs to be done … Continue reading

Posted in November 2011 | Leave a comment

Making Life Sciences Fashionable – What Can We Learn?

Recently, I was fortunate to be invited to the Kruger Cowne Breakfast Club event held in London to hear two of their clients – Caroline Rush (CEO, British Fashion Council) and Millie Mackintosh (Entrepreneur, Designer, Model and Fitness & Health … Continue reading

Posted in November 2011 | Leave a comment

Artificial Intelligence and life sciences-the great coming?

The Prism Series “pop up event” Cancer research UK December 2017 Christmas comes but once a year. To most of us this is a really good thing as it costs so much. We look forward to all the festivities, parties … Continue reading

Posted in November 2011 | Leave a comment

Why Opt-In Matters When Applying Digital Success Tracking to Patient Care

This is a guest post for One Nucleus by Toby Beresford. Toby is the Founder and CEO of success tracking network Rise.global. Previously he has worked as a developer of web based disease management for patients, dermatology tele-referrals for GPs … Continue reading

Posted in August 2017 | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

My Letter to you Dear Entrepreneur…..

Putting the c in Science – Commercialization, Community and Capital by Sharon Vosmek I am very much looking forward to my up and coming talk at the 2017 ON Helix conference. As an early stage investor, I especially enjoy opportunities … Continue reading

Posted in November 2011 | Leave a comment

Digital Health, the Embassy, Russia and the Future

The Department for International Trade (DIT) is a specialised government body with the responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting inward investment. DIT initiated the 1st International Digital Health Conference in Moscow, April 2017. A strong UK … Continue reading

Posted in June 2017 | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Uncovering Biological Computation

Biological computation is the information-processing that cells carry out to make the myriad of decisions required to grow and sustain life. Uncovering what this computation is, remains far from trivial – cells are infuriatingly complex, they are noisy, run multiple … Continue reading

Posted in May 2017 | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment