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Charity team-up with EBQ based Centre for Dementia Prevention to research the relationship between music and brain health
The investment will enable researchers to further develop systems that could revolutionise how lung diseases are investigated, diagnosed and treated
Smokers may be predisposed to their habit because of the molecular make-up of their brain, research suggests.
Have you picked up a newspaper today? Tuned in to any news channel? Glanced at social media? If you haven’t then let me tell you what you’re missing. Headlines, many headlines related to two very distinct life events.
Scientists based at EBQ have made a key discovery that could speed up the production of cells in the lab for studying diseases such as multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.
People who overdose on paracetamol could be helped by a blood test that shows immediately if they are going to suffer liver damage.
Edinburgh’s expanding BioQuarter is adding a new commercial facility to help meet demand for space at the health and science campus.
Construction has begun on a £50 million research centre focused on how the body repairs its tissues after injury
Scientists working at Edinburgh BioQuarter have developed a camera that can see through the human body.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon MSP and Finance Minister Derek MacKay today visited Aquilla BioMedical, a start-up company based at Nine, Edinburgh BioQuarter’s commercial bio incubator facility.
The move is part of an investment of over £7million over the next five years
Their findings highlight the pressing need for affordable treatments and vaccines as a priority.
Countries should unite to tackle unscrupulous advertising of unproven therapies involving stem cells, experts say.
Minister for Economy, Jobs and Fair Work, Keith Brown MSP welcomed a large delegation of top business leaders from Guangdong Province to Edinburgh bioQuarter earlier this month.
Scotland rugby legend George “Doddie” Weir is joining forces with researchers based at Edinburgh bioQuarter to help tackle motor neurone disease (MND).
A cutting-edge diabetes research and treatment centre, based on Scotland’s renowned healthcare model for managing patients with chronic conditions, will be established in a major Chinese city where one in ten people has the disease.
In less than one year, services from the Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services will relocate to Edinburgh bioQuarter
EBQ is looking for a new Programme Director to oversee the strategic implementation of the next phase of delivery.
Medical imaging experts whose work has improved diagnosis of heart disease have received a prestigious national award.
Fresh insights into how immune cells are regulated could signal a new approach to tackling infections.
A team of experts at Edinburgh BioQuarter’s Usher Institute have received £24 million to investigate serious lung infections.
2017 Life Sciences Strategy for Scotland has ambitions to grow the the industrial turnover of the life sciences sector
Edinburgh BioQuarter strategy board member awarded CBE