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Himachal Pradesh Government To Cancel Licences Of Some Ayurveda Units

A decision has been taken by the State Government of Himachal Pradesh to come down heavily upon ayurveda pharmacies which do not measure up to the minimum quality// standards. The licences of about 11 such units are to be cancelled. The units were found not fulfilling the good manufacturing practic...

Enigma Diagnostics Announces Patent On Real-Time Monitoring of Amplification Reactions Upheld In Entirety Following Opposition From BD at European Patent Office

...h represent over 15 years of UK Ministry of Defence funded research and has licences from Applied Biosystems and Celera licences for the commercialisation of real-time PCR instruments. Enigma's R&D ac...

GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer Announce Innovative Agreement to Create a New World-Leading, Specialist HIV Company

...Not-for-profit pricing for HIV medicines will continue for those countries most in need, and the new company will continue to facilitate new voluntary licences to diversify production and expand capacity in these markets. The new company will also conduct research and development activities specifically...

Shadow Technology Offer "Recession Buster Discount" on Call-Shadow IP Call Management Software

...t their leading IP Call -Management Software Software, Call-Shadow V5.0 will be available with a 25% "Recession Buster" discount on Software licences & Support, on all orders placed by 30th June. "We have seen many of our customers suffer during this difficult period", said Shadow ...

Enigma Diagnostics Announces a Signed Term Sheet for Patent Licenses with Roche Molecular Systems, Inc.

...h represent over 15 years of UK Ministry of Defence funded research and has licences from Applied Biosystems and Celera licences for the commercialization of real-time PCR instruments. Enigma's R&D ac...

Novel Solid-State Laser Design Based on Synthetic Diamond From Element Six Opens up New Applications

...mpus. The IoP undertakes contract and collaborative research with industry and offers consultancy. It has a large number of PhD and EngD students, and licences technologies to companies. For more information contact: John Caldwell Corporate Communications Element Six Tel: +353-(0)61460015 Email: in...

Drink-drivers Not Influenced by Ads Unless It Affects Them Personally

...entary Advisory Council for Transport Safety stressed the need to make people aware of the painful life they might have to lead should they lose their licences as a consequence of drink-driving. Most young men dont think that accidents will happen to them. They need to know that their own lives could...

UK Doctors Demand Overhauling of Fertility Regulatory Authority

...ny distress that may have been caused to Mr Taranissi's patients." The conclusion of the case would not affect its forthcoming decision on whether the licences for the two clinics should be renewed. Taranissi was obviously delighted at the outcome. But he noted solemnly,"This is the third instance in th...

South African AIDS Delegates Issue Contraception Call

...e with one non-governmental organisation, the AIDS Law Project, threatening pharmaceutical giants MSD and Abbott with a law suit if they did not issue licences for generic versions of two drugs within three months. ...

Drug Companies Hit Out at Thai Generic Drug Scheme

...eads with the pharmaceutical industry over its decision to issue compulsory licences for generic medicines. // While Thailand argues it will make cheap gen...r to ensure that the patients get access to the products." Compulsory licences have been issued to cover three medications which allow cheaper copies to b...
Licences in Medical Technology

Newly Published Study Reveals Femara Improves Chances for Harder to Treat Early Breast Cancer Relapse in Postmenopausal Women

...ancer Study Group (IBCSG) with many independent centres and was supported by Novartis. About Femara Femara is the only AI with the widest range of licences - before surgery, directly post-surgery, after five years of standard tamoxifen treatment and in advanced cancer(6). A once-a-day oral AI, Femara is...
Licences in Biological Technology

Enigma Signs Real-Time PCR Licences With Applera

PORTON DOWN, England, February 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Enigma Diagnostics, the life sciences company developing rapid molecular diagnostics systems, announces today that it has signed license agreements with Applera Corporation. The licenses, signed 6 February 2008, include a Real-Time Instrument ...

Enigma Diagnostics Announces Successful Evaluation of the Enigma FL by the UK's Veterinary Laboratories Agency

...h represent over 15 years of UK Ministry of Defence funded research and has licences from Applied Biosystems and Celera licences for the commercialisation of real-time PCR instruments. Enigma's R&D ac...

Enigma Diagnostics Announces the Opening of a United States Office

...h represent over 15 years of UK Ministry of Defence funded research and has licences from Applied Biosystems and Celera licences for the commercialization of real-time PCR instruments. Enigma's R&D ac...

Enigma Diagnostics Announces Patent Licence With Applied Biosystems

...h represent over 15 years of UK Ministry of Defence funded research and has licences from Applied Biosystems and Celera licences for the commercialisation of real-time PCR instruments. Enigma's R&D activi...

Enigma Diagnostics Announces an Award of GBP 1.8 Million From UK Government

...h represent over 15 years of UK Ministry of Defence funded research and has licences from Applied Biosystems and Celera licences for the commercialisation of real-time PCR instruments. Enigma's R&D activi...

Lentigen Licenses Fundamental Lentiviral Vector Technology Patent From the University of Cambridge

...ellectual property management, bespoke marketing, negotiation of technology licences and consultancy services. Additionally, Cambridge Enterprise provides speci...imited company. During this first year the performance was solid in that 60 licences and 95 consultancy contracts were closed and the company assumed the manage...

Transgene in 2007: Partnership and Refinancing Position the Company for its Future Development

...e ongoing phase IIb clinical studies on TG4010; - Higher bio-manufacturing activities (+ EUR0.7m); - Acquisition and amortization of technological licences (+ EUR 0.5m); and - An increase in non cash expenses of EUR0.5m (amortization of stock options) Administrative and general expenses reached EUR5.7...
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