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ESACT Frontiers is excited to invite you and young researchers in your teams to the 3rd ESACT Frontiers Retreat, a meeting dedicated to early career scientists working towards advancing cell technologies.
ESACT Frontiers Retreat was conceived to balance attractive
Registration is open for the Bioprocessing Entrepreneurial Skills Training (BEST) programme, to be held in-person at Durham University, September 4-9th. Registration closes July 29th.More about BEST:Do you want to find out how your career might develop working for industry, the differences between industrial- and academic-driven research and how the industrial environment matches your
We are delighted to announce that Thomas Williams is the winner of the 32nd Annual ESACT-UK in meeting. Thomas delivered a presentation on "Quantifying functional lentiviral vector loss to transduction and auto-transduction during viral vector manufacturing bioprocesses". Thomas is a 2nd year PhD student at UCL undertaking his project at
Further to an article in the Independent, aA UK vaccine manufacturing centre set up to prepare the country for future pandemics, in which the Government has invested more than £200m, has been put up for sale, according to reports.Government officials are examining bids from several companies in the private sector