Barcelona: An Innovative Biomedicine Hub in Southern Europe

Mar 6, 2013

In less than 15 years, the Catalan autonomous government’s efforts to build a strong research system have boosted the creation of more than 25 new research centres and a hundred life sciences start-ups. Adela Farré at Biocat looks into why Barcelona is the epicentre of the most dynamic bioregion in southern Europe, Catalonia. [prettyfilelink src=”http://ipimediaworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/4-Barcelona-An-Innovative-Biomedicine-Hub-in-Southern-Europe.pdf” type=”pdf”]Barcelona An Innovative Biomedicine Hub in Southern Europe[/prettyfilelink] ...

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Is there a Future for Medical/Diagnostic Patents in the US?

Mar 6, 2013

A fair number of diagnostic and pharmaceutical companies remain perplexed by the recent decision in the ‘Mayo vs Prometheus’ US Supreme Court case. Sara Reekmans at LC Patents explains why, depending on the interpretation of the decision, thousands of existing patents could be challenged. [prettyfilelink src=”http://ipimediaworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/3-Is-there-a-Future-for-Medical-Diagnostic-Patents-in-the-US.pdf” type=”pdf”]Is there a Future for Medical Diagnostic Patents in the US?[/prettyfilelink] ...

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Charity Funds Research to Improve Care for Children with Congenital Heart Disease

Mar 6, 2013

Mr David Barron at Birmingham Children’s Hospital and his team provide an overview on how the charity Heart Research UK is funding two new medical research projects that are focussing on providing better care and support for children who have congenital heart disease. [prettyfilelink src=”http://ipimediaworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/2-Charity-Funds-Research-to-Improve-Care-of-Children-with-Congenital-Heart-Disease.pdf” type=”pdf”]Charity Funds Research to Improve Care of Children with Congenital Heart Disease[/prettyfilelink] ...

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