OBN’s Corporate Membership of 400-plus organisations includes many R&D companies (therapeutic, medical technology and diagnostics) as well as an extensive range of contract research (CRO) and manufacturing (CMO) organisations, companies in the associated industries and specialists suppliers.
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Touchlight Genetics LtdTouchlight Genetics LtdTouchlight is using a novel platform (proTLXx) for the production of DNA-based drugs and therapies
Touchlight is using a novel platform (proTLXx) for the production of DNA-based drugs and therapies
UCL Translational Research OfficeUCL Translational Research OfficeFacilitates the translation of UCL’s basic and clinical research into therapies, techniques and medical products with therapeutic value
To facilitate the translation of UCL’s basic and clinical research into therapies, techniques and medical products with therapeutic value.
University of Bath: Enterprise and Knowledge ExploitationUniversity of Bath: Enterprise and Knowledge Exploitation
The Enterprise and Knowledge Exploitation (EKE) team is the major interface between the University of Bath
University of Oxford – Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME)University of Oxford – Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME)
The IBME offers a world-class venue for biomedical engineering research and postgraduate training where engineers and clinicians work together on addressing unmet needs in the prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of major diseases and conditions.
University of Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (at the John Radcliffe Hospital)University of Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (at the John Radcliffe Hospital)
OBRC is a partnership between the University of Oxford and Oxford University Hospitals, funded by the National Institute for Health Research. Its remit is to improve the translation of basic scientific developments into clinical benefits for patients and
University of Southampton, Institute for Life SciencesUniversity of Southampton, Institute for Life SciencesThe Institute for Life Sciences represents a University-wide interdisciplinary collaboration drawing together expertise in science and engineering, with a shared goal to apply scientific discovery to the grand challenges of the day
The IfLS is an Institute of the University of Southampton