5 November 2015
There were three presentations by OU DPP/Innogen Institute researchers in a panel on Health Delivery Innovation.
12 October 2015
Farah talked about ‘A history of the Hepatitis B vaccine’
4 October 2015
In the edition of Good Morning Scotland of the 3rd of October, Joyce called for a rational debate about genetically modified crops, following the ban on GM crops by the Scottish Government.
17 September 2015
Geoff’s talk was about ‘Regenerative medicine business models: towards an indicative model and typologies’
8 September 2015
Joanna Chataway (Vice-President of Globelics), David Wield and Theo Papaioannou will be among the Innogen members attending and presenting papers at this conference.
20 August 2015
Innogen OU organises an on-line master’s programme in Development Management that focuses on a wide range of activities and occupations relevant to those working in development in the UK and throughout the world.
In a new video for the Open University, Dinar Kale examines the problem of unused and inadequate medical equipment donated to African health centres.
Joyce Tait responds to open ended on-line forum on synthetic biology, UN Convention on Biological Diversity, Bio-safety Clearing House
Innogen’s Joanna Chataway and Rebecca Hanlin with RAND Europe recently completed an evaluation of the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative’s (IAVI) capacity building activities in East Africa.
29 June 2015
Joyce Tait and Ann Kingiri have been asked to join a new U.S. National Academy of Sciences Committee to review the state of the science of gene drive research.