Cambridge-based pharmaceuticals firm Avacta has partnered with Korean conglomerate, LG Chem company, to develop a new generation of cancer drugs.
The University of Nottingham has opened a £24m Advanced Manufacturing Building (AMB) which it hopes will keep UK manufacturing competitive for future generations.
The deal between Takeda and Shire will make Takeda one of the ten largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.
With the country facing its greatest political crisis of recent years, it is unsurprising that manufacturers view their future with varying degrees of uncertainty and alarm.
The investment is part of the £180 million Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) and will be dedicated to streamlining the production of medicines.
GiroNEX has announced details of a precision powder dispensing technology that could significantly increase the pharmaceutical industry’s ability to offer patient-specific dosing.
The Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult's has today (23 April) opened a unique cell and gene therapy manufacturing centre.
IoT software and services in the pharmaceutical sector will be worth $2.4bn (£1.7bn) by 2020, according to newly released data.
Innovate UK has up to £10m to invest in projects that develop innovative manufacturing methods for producing medicines.
Tokyo-based Terumo Corporation has announced an investment of £33m in one of its Scottish subsidiary companies, Vascutek Limited, located near Glasgow.