16th January 2019
Edgbaston Medical Quarter is launching a new patient pathway to provide a door-to-door service to international private patients for complex healthcare treatments to Birmingham, the UK’s second largest city.
20th December 2018
Scientists at the University of Birmingham have discovered a protein that could hold the key to novel gene therapies for skin problems including psoriasis – a common, chronic skin disease that affects over 100 million people worldwide.
13th November 2018
BioHub Birmingham® tenant Abingdon Health has launched an intuitive software application called AppDx. AppDx enables a Smartphone to ‘read’ lateral flow test lines, using the inbuilt camera, which translates the image into numerical data.
19th September 2018
The BioHub Birmingham® is constructing 5,000sq ft of self-contained laboratory and office suites to meet an increasing demand for biomedical incubator space.
5th September 2018
Midlands based CSR Scientific Training is hosting a lunch and learn session at the Birmingham Research Park on Laboratory and Scientific Apprenticeships on Thursday 27th September.
9th August 2018
Medilink Midlands, a pan-regional strategic alliance between the Medilinks in the East and West Midlands, has recently been established to bring the collective expertise of the two organisations together to preserve the interests of over 1,700 Life Science organisations within the region and stimulate growth to support this vital element of the Midlands economy.
26th July 2018
Medilink West Midlands (MedilinkWM) is proud to announce that one of its newest members, Australian company ‘Orthocell Ltd’ (Orthocell), has just signed its first distribution deal in the UK for its range of dental products.
25th July 2018
PRESS RELEASE: NASA uses antibodies developed at the University of Birmingham to assess the impact of space flight on the immune system. Antibodies developed at the University of Birmingham have been used by NASA to assess how long duration space flight affects the immune system.
19th July 2018
Scientists at the University of Birmingham, UK, are one step closer to developing an eye drop that could revolutionise treatment for age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
12th June 2018
Medilink member Fischer Connectors, the global connectivity solution provider of high-performance circular connector and cable assemblies, continues to push the boundaries of technological innovation in rugged miniaturization, high-speed data transmission, sealing, and wearability.