News and events

Joanna Chataway Named President of EuroLics

11 June 2015

Joanna Chataway will serve as president of the newly formed EuroLics, which seeks to bring together researchers who link innovation and competence building to inclusive and sustainable development.

Innogen Contributes to Major Government Report on Anti-Microbial Resistance

15 May 2015

Commissioned by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) as a contribution to the O’Neill Commission Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, the Innogen Institute has produced a set of reports on AMR.

New House of Commons Report on GM Crops

4 March 2015

Joyce Tait contributes to new Science & Technology Committee report, Advanced genetic techniques for crop improvement: regulation, risk and precaution.

Clark advises on EU/NEPAD African Fish Trade Project

4 March 2015

Norman Clark has been asked to advise on the EU/NEPAD project, Improving Food Security and Reducing Poverty through Intra-regional Fish Trade in Sub-Saharan Africa, which is a four year EU funded programme to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of intra-African fish trade.

Joyce Tait Speaks at EUCRAF Biopharmaceuticals Meeting

4 March 2015

Joyce Tait was invited to give a keynote address at the European Centre for Regulatory Affairs’ 5th Annual Biopharmaceuticals Meeting in Munich.

Race is on to find affordable health

6 February 2015

Julius Mugwagwa discusses Ebola and the need for better distribution of African-based medicines in The Scotsman.

Business World: Fix The Missing Link

21 January 2015

Dinar Kale analyses the medical device industry and it neglect by policy-makers and industry associations for Business World.

Producing medicines in Africa will only work if they can be distributed properly

7 January 2015

Julius Mugwagwa discusses African medicine production and distribution in new editorial for The Conversation.