Welcome to the British Society for Nanomedicine
With the global benefits of the new science of nanomedicine growing each year, the British Society for Nanomedicine has been created to allow open access for industry, academia, clinicians and the public to news and details of ongoing research throughout the UK
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The Celtic Advanced Life Sciences Innovation Network (CALIN) is a multi-partner Ireland-Wales project running until May 2023 that focuses on collaboration between academia and SMEs in Ireland and Wales in order to foster innovation in the life sciences sector, boost economic growth via the sector in the region and also improve patient wellbeing and healthcare.
CALIN are hosting 3 themed webinar series throughout 2020 including:
Series 1: Who we are and how can CALIN help you? This series has now finished but you can catch up with missed seminars at their GoToStage Channel. This also includes additional content from conference presentations and invited speaker lectures.
Series 2: How has CALIN helped? Process & Benefits: an industry insight Due to start 28th July – 1st September. More information and links below
Series 3: Advice Series: Support & Sustain Network
Whilst you are waiting for Series 2 why don’t you check out this additional event on Tuesday 7th July
Tuesday 7th July 2020 @ 11am
Epigenomics & Disease Management; Functional Collaboration Toward A High Content Future
Dr Lewis Francis is an Associate Professor in Biomedical Sciences at Swansea University’s Medical School. He is part of the Reproductive Biology and Gynaecological Oncology Research Group (RBGO), leading the groups Biophysics and Epigenetics research programmes. This webinar will cover a brief overarching look at the research conducted focussing around functional genomics & biotechnology, developing tools for understanding the role of transient epigenomic marks in gynaecological oncology and regenerative medicine. The presentation will outline the multi partner approaches used to identify technology needs and applications for high throughout epigenetic research culminating in patient stratification and drug development projects in the life science sector.
Series 2 – How has CALIN helped? Process & benefits: an industry insight – 28th July to 1st Sept 2020
The second series will revolve around CALIN case study webinars, showcasing the achievements of the collaborative innovation conducted so far in the project. Highlighting the benefits for participating in research with universities. Each webinar will aim to showcase the cross-border collaborative research conducted by each CALIN University Partner and how this has benefited the life science sector in Ireland, Wales and beyond.
Series 2 – Registration Links
Tuesday 28th July 2020 @ 11am
CALIN Case Studies: University College Dublin (UCD)
Tuesday 4th August 2020 @ 11am
CALIN Case Studies: Cardiff University
Tuesday 11th August 2020 @ 11am
CALIN Case Studies: National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG)
Tuesday 18th August 2020 @ 11am
CALIN Case Studies: Swansea University
Tuesday 25th August 2020 @ 11am
CALIN Case Studies: Tyndall National Institute
Tuesday 1st September 2020 @ 11am
CALIN Case Studies: Bangor University
For further updates:
Visit the website: www.calin.wales
Find CALIN on Twitter @CALIN_LifeSci
Join influencers, experts and researchers at the leading European Formulation, Drug Delivery & Biomanufacturing UK Series, to learn about the latest updates in biopharmaceutical advancements shaping the future of drug product development.
Welcoming over 550 key leaders across 3 cutting-edge programmes, looking at new strategies for optimizing biologic formulations such as antibodies, proteins and vaccines, the latest developments in inhaled vaccines and antibiotics, and the challenges at the forefront of biomanufacturing research; from cell & gene therapy and biologics biomanufacturing through to upstream and downstream bioprocessing.
The BSNM’s very own Maya Thanou is presenting in the Nano & RNA therapeutic Delivery Stream and Oxford Global have kindly offered 20% discount for the first 10 registrants from the Society so book your full access place quickly using the discount code BSNM20.
See https://www.oxfordglobal.co.uk/formulation-delivery-series-uk-virtual/ for more details and go to https://eu.eventscloud.com/ereg/newreg.php?eventid=200204347& to book your place