All news articles for September 2023

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Hires and retires: key appointments in pharma

By Isabel Cameron

BioPharma Reporter and Outsourcing Pharma is keeping you in the know with our most recent round-up of important appointments in the pharma industry - including Veranova, Matica Bio and Aldevron.

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AGC Biologics: how to optimize early phase manufacturing

By Isabel Cameron

AGC Biologics is a global contract development manufacturing organization (CDMO) providing development and manufacturing services for protein-based biologics and advanced therapies.

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Fujifilm Diosynth builds advanced therapy manufacturing facility in UK

By Jonathan Smith

The contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies has completed a UK manufacturing facility for the production of advanced therapies including viral gene therapies, oncolytic viruses and viral vaccines for...

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Vaxess announces $9 million in funding for mRNA vaccine patch

By Isabel Cameron

Vaxess Technologies, a life sciences company developing a shelf-stable vaccine patch with potential for self-application, has announced an additional $9 million in venture capital funding, with investors including RA Capital, The Engine, and GHIC, and...

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Arrowhead highlights potential of RNAi in asthma at ERS 23

By Isabel Cameron

Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals has spotlighted the potential of RNA interference (RNAi) therapeutic candidates in the lungs, with a clinical late breaker and multiple pre-clinical presentations at this year’s European Respiratory Society (ERS) International...

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Kuano raises £1.8 million to accelerate quantum drug discovery

By Isabel Cameron

Kuano, a drug discovery company combining quantum mechanics with AI, has announced the close of its £1.8 million seed funding round, led by Mercia Ventures, and including ACF Investors, Ascension Ventures, o2h Ventures, Meltwind Advisory LLP, and other...

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New treatment for Fabry disease receives key recommendation

By Isabel Cameron

Chiesi, the biopharmaceutical and healthcare group, has announced that the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recommended Elfabrio (pegunigalsidase alfa) as a treatment for Fabry disease in adults.

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Intellegens and CPI awarded £1.6m Innovate UK grant

By Isabel Cameron

Intellegens, a company applying machine learning (ML) to accelerate innovation in R&D, has secured a £1.6m grant from Innovate UK, to apply ML in the emerging field of oligonucleotide therapies.

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Q&A: The potential of immuno-oncology - a view from the R&D department

By Isabel Cameron

Cancer immunotherapy, more commonly known as immuno-oncology, continues to gather momentum. As a rapidly evolving field, ongoing research and advancements are coming together to expand the number of available treatments, many of which are showing incredible...

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