All the news from 2021.
New high throughput cell-selection system to speed medical advances and research
Edinburgh Genome Foundry has invested in a cutting edge system, funded by a £2 million grant from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), that will speed advances in medicine and fast-track other areas of science.
Programming proteins to turn cells into molecular computers
A new method of breaking and fixing proteins could speed the development of sophisticated computer-like circuits in cells that will pave the way to new biotechnology and medical advances.
€2m boost for gene and cell therapy info hub
A new EU-funded project is set to provide accessible and reliable information about cell and gene-based therapies.
£8.7m collaboration seeks better route to modern medicines
An £8.7 million, five-year research collaboration led by the University of Edinburgh and FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies UK (FDB) will develop more cost-effective ways to make modern antibody-based medicines.
Francisca Mutapi selected as a TED2021 Fellow
Global Health Professor to join the newest class of 20 global visionaries, sharing their big ideas throughout the events planned for 2021.
Mysteries of malaria infections deepen after human trial study
Scientists have discovered that tracking malaria as it develops in humans is a powerful way to detect how the malaria parasite causes a range of infection outcomes in its host.