Ingenza, a leading industrial biotech company, is pleased to announce that Syngenta is exercising its commercial licensing option for a technology that enables the development of innovative crop protection products.
New half million pound project may help to develop new therapeutics to treat certain intestinal diseases.
Data-driven innovation in healthcare and agritech was the focus of a visit by Scottish Government and Universities to India.
A subtype of E. coli O157 found in cattle may be responsible for higher rates of severe human infection in Scotland, report suggests.
Efforts to protect the UK's native honey bees could be helped by research that maps their entire genetic make-up.
A new study has found that the high concentration of ammonia in dogs with liver disease causes increased levels of inflammation.
Synpromics, the leader in gene control, is delighted to announce that it has been ranked 12th in the Deloitte 'UK Technology Fast 50' at the annual awards ceremony.
On Monday 12th November the sector came together to discuss how Scotland can ‘Move Forward Together to 2025 and beyond ’ at the annual Scotsman Life Science conference.
A new directory 'Scottish Health Research and Innovation Ecosystem' launched at the Life Science Scotland conference by Dave Tudor of GSK and Co-Chair of the Life Sciences Scotland Industry Leadership Group as he discussed the importance of Momentum and Collaboration within the industry.
Research into the genetics of sea lice resistance and SRS has been shortlisted for the prestigious Newton Prize, which serves to highlight science and innovation promoting economic development of Newton partner countries.