Tag Archives: Life Science

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

Need to recruit multilingual, creative problem solvers experienced in working in teams and on a wide variety of challenges?

Go Dutch. In 2015, Sophianum school in Gulpen were keen to work with a life sciences research centre in Cambridge. Harriet Fear, CEO of OneNucleus was approached and she worked hard to find an appropriate partner which would commit to … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Company Culture as You Hire and Expand Into New Markets

I joined the life science talent search sector after a rewarding period as a teacher. It was clear to me in the classroom that if you created the right environment then the students were much more receptive to the curriculum … Continue reading

Posted in May 2016 | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Translating discovery to patient benefits

As a relatively new conference, ON Helix is rapidly becoming established as the key event for translational research in the UK. With a focus on the life science sector, it explores how to turn early stage inventions and ideas into … Continue reading

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Russian Biotech: Bringing Opportunities and Seeking Collaborations

The biotechnology sector is a priority for Russia. Much effort has been made by a range of stakeholders over the last decade in order to accelerate the sector’s development in Russia. This has led to various initiatives, including governmental programmes, … Continue reading

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London Stock Exchange: Chris Mayo’s view on JP Morgan and the industry at large

In the recently released film ‘The Revenant’ Leo DiCaprio is savaged in grisly (or grizzly) fashion by a bear. Life science executives across the globe had a similar feeling in recent weeks as they faced threat of the onset of … Continue reading

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Genesis 2015: A Bioscientist’s View

Since the turn of the millennium, the Genesis conference has become one of the highlights of the UK biotech and pharmaceutical industry calendar. It is held in central London every December, always coveres the full range of these industries, covering … Continue reading

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