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Life Sciences Hub Wales is the destination for the Life Sciences network in Wales, working side-by-side with companies and organisations to stimulate the sector.

The Life Sciences sector has the ability to develop new diagnostics, treatments, and devices that ultimately improve and deliver health benefits. Wales has excellent credentials with a sector worth an estimated £2 billion incorporating 350 companies employing around 11,000 people. Discover more about the sector and its opportunities below.

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Innovate UK Delivery Plan 2017/18

Innovate UK have published their delivery plan for 2017/18.

"Bridging for Innovators" Industry Briefings

Who B4I offers funding to enable companies to work with STFC's advanced analytical technologies, supporting expertise and capabilities based at STFC's various campuses around the UK,

The Welsh Business Awards 2017 - Deadline Approaching Fast

The Welsh Business Awards aims to recognise the very best from businesses across Wales. All businesses, whether small, medium or large, play a crucial role

Innovate UK- Call Alert Biomedical Catalyst - 4 Primer Late Stage

Funding Primer Budget: £4m Project size: £200k- £1.5m Intervention: (small) 70% Intervention: (Medium) 60% Intervention: (Large) 50% Intervention: (Research Org.) 100% Late stage Budget: £8m Project size: £200k- £4m Industrial research Intervention: (Small) 70% Intervention: (medium) 60% Intervention: (Research
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Innovative Medicines Initiative launches IMI2 Call 13

The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) will launch IMI2 Call 13 in the next two weeks. Small and Medium Sized Enterprises will be key players in the
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Cooperative European Medicines Development Course

CEMDC is an integral part of the European drug development accredited multicentrical educational programme. Organized in collaboration with Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary, the iterative training

MediWales Collaborative Digitech Unmet Need Event

Individuals and companies with an interest in improving patient health care outcomes and experience through research and innovation Companies wishing to hear more about opportunities for
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First of a Kind: Demonstrating Tomorrow's Trains today

Organisations will be able to apply for a share of up to £3.6 million for a first of a kind technology to demonstrate tomorrow's trains
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Development Bank of Wales Open for business

Flexible finance for businesses based in Wales is now made available through Development Bank of Wales. Finances range from £1,000 up to £5 million with loans
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