BioQuarter Networking Event
Drug development for a range of conditions could be improved with stem cell technology that helps doctors predict the safety and the effectiveness of potential treatments.
A team of innovative anaesthetists from the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh have scooped a £12,000 prize for their potentially ground-breaking invention to help intubate patients during surgery.
£11.5M EPSRC grant awarded to Edinburgh Scientists
Innovation Competition 2013 finalists
Dr Mike Capaldi on why we're sponsoring EIE2013
Short advertising campaign to raise awareness in core biotech markets
- Past President of R&D at Pfizer and AstraZeneca to consider the evolution of modern drug discovery and development
Bid to put Edinburgh at forefront of space science
Galway Gourmet open a cafe facility at Nine for tenants and visitors!
Symposium will explore how space technology can benefit human health
Key protein revealed as trigger for stem cell development
First lunch to welcome all eleven tenants at Nine
Four new tenants at Nine take the total to eleven companies in eight months
HR Seminar to offer free advice for young companies based at BioQuarter
New branded taxis to raise awareness of BioQuarter to citizens and visitors in Edinburgh
Scotland on Sunday write about Molynycke's new programme to combat MRSE based at BioQuarter
Mölnlycke Health Care has created a new subsidiary, Mölnlycke Health Care Scotland, to be based at Edinburgh BioQuarter
BioQuarter's new website is now available at www.bioquarter.com
Mauna Kea Technologies announces development agreement with BioQuarter at University of Edinburgh for novel molecular imaging device for use with Cellvizio®
BioQuarter is proud to sponsor the second annual Reverse Protein Phased Array Conference, being organised here in Edinburgh by Edinburgh University's Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine.
Edinburgh BioQuarter announced the launch of its 2013 innovation competition this morning.
Finance Secretary welcomes progress across Scotland’s four new Enterprise Areas.
FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) Magazine has highlighted Edinburgh as a key city for the future, noting its strengths in banking, insurance, renewable energy, education, tourism and life sciences and biotechnology.
Dr Tony Lockett will speak at BioQuarter’s upcoming conference on Regenerative Medicine on 25th September 2012 in Edinburgh.