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Byotrol gets green light for product sales in the US

10 May 2018

Daresbury hygiene firm Byotrol has received approval for its germ-killing product in the US, and received its first orders to retail on online giant Amazon.

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Lancaster University 

Director appointed to Health Innovation Campus

3 May 2018

Lancaster University is pleased to announce that Dr Sherry Kothari will be the new Director of its Health Innovation Campus.

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Boyds awarded Queen’s Award for Enterprise

3 May 2018

Boyds, a leading consultancy business supporting the development of pharmaceutical and biotech products and devices for patient benefit, has today been recognised with one of the UK’s most prestigious business awards – The Queen’s Award for Enterprise, International Trade for Outstanding Short Term Growth in overseas sales for the last three years.

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University of Liverpool 

£450k Boost for Bowel Cancer Research in Liverpool

1 May 2018

Researchers from the University of Liverpool have been awarded a £450K grant from Cancer Research UK to help further develop a machine that can ‘smell’ cancer.

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Glythera appoints Professor Kerry Chester to SAB

30 April 2018

Glythera Limited (Glythera), the next-generation antibody drug conjugate (ADC) development company, today announces that it has appointed Professor Kerry Chester to its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). Professor Chester’s appointment strengthens the Company’s SAB and will help shape its portfolio of ADCs for targeting previously untreatable cancers.

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