Newcells Biotech is collaborating with industry leaders and expert academics in a European-wide interdisciplinary initiative to develop animal-free methods for drug safety evaluations. The initiative (the EU funded in3 project) is driven
There are few topics more controversial than the use of animals in science, despite the enormous contribution animal experimentation continues to make to the development of new medicines and surgical techniques. Animals
Newcastle-based human stem cell model specialists, Newcells Biotech, have secured a total of £5.25m worth of funding to accelerate their growth plans in the international life sciences market. The funding comes from
Congress Round-Up The International Congress on in vitro Toxicology (ESTIV2018) organised by the European Society of Toxicology was held in Berlin this October 2018. This year marks its 20th meeting, with the general theme of new approach methodologies
Stevenage Bio Event Professor Lyle Armstrong will be attending a special event on Wednesday 24th October at the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst where he will give an innovative presentation on ‘Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells: A Powerful
If you are attending the World Preclinical Congress and would like to arrange a meeting with Dr Colin Brown, then please let us know.