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I've spent the last 2 days listening to experts on GDPR in the Life Science industry.  There are about 120 working days until this...
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A number of GDPR experts from pharma companies gathered in Berlin to discuss data privacy and GDPR. Livia Zamfiropol (DLA Piper partner)...
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PD-L1 and checkpoint inhibitors have been front and center in the media relating to the treatment of cancer.  Researches are now looking...
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Researchers from Harvard identified a new protein, Nrf1, which regulates high cholesterol by binding directly to it. This binding prompts...
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We have been hearing for a decade about the use of stem cells to create organs and treat diseases.  Today, a study showing that hES cells...
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Roche's Alecensa, a drug for treatment of ALK positive lung cancer, has received a nod from the FDA. While only 5% of lung cancer...
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Sanofi has paid big bucks to enter the race to develop a new drug for MS. The drug was developed by Principia Biopharma and crosses the...
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In sectors where male employees hold the most senior jobs, and women are under-represented at all levels, the Gender Pay Gap Reports may...
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The fact that this day remains unchanged from last year confirms that the pace of change has been ... rather less than "pacey".  I will...
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Interesting article about fledgling creative ways of enabling tomorrow's employees acquire the hands- on practical experience and skills...
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Like many, I love finding out about how technology is shaping our lives and changing society.  Deloitte's new research on smartphones...
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The m-Health market will reach approx. $ 26 billion globally by 2017 with a number of m-Health apps downloaded worldwide of about 3.2...
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The regional government of the Canary Islands has decided to cut off the local value added tax applicable to sanitary pads and tampons....
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How far does the new doctrine of equivalents introduced by the UK Supreme Court in Eli Lilly v Actavis really extend the scope of patent...
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For the first time, in Eli Lilly v Actavis the UK Supreme Court has introduced a doctrine of equivalence in an effort to move closer to...