All articles by Elly Earls

  1. Could focusing on the user experience reinvent drug R&D software?

    Well-designed software created with the user experience (UX) in mind has the potential to vastly improve the efficiency and productivity…
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    25 Apr
  2. Could a new antibody screening method lead to better drugs?

    Antibody proteins have been the fastest-growing class of approved drugs over the last two decades, but current antibody drug discovery…
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    12 Apr
  3. Where are the pharma manufacturing hotspots?

    Pharmaceutical manufacturing is a profitable business – whether it’s the production of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) or finished pharmaceutical products…
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    2 Apr
  4. Seamless trials: the key to more drug approvals?

    As pressure increases on the pharmaceutical industry and its regulators to speed up the drug development and approvals process without…
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    28 Mar
  5. Block and lock: a functional cure for HIV?

    Existing HIV therapies are extremely effective at reducing the amount of virus in the blood and tissue of patients. But…
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    22 Mar
  6. Slipper limpet slime: a biotech treasure chest?

    Currently busy degrading water quality and causing havoc among native oyster fisheries in European oceans, the invasive gastropod species the…
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    30 Jan
  7. Dundee University: visiting the world’s most influential pharmaceutical research institution

    Clarivate Analytics has named Dundee University the world’s most influential pharmaceuticals research institution in its State of Innovation report, which…
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    25 Jan
  8. From biologics to biosimilars: NHS move makes big sense

    The NHS plans to slash £300m from its annual pharmaceuticals bill by using biosimilar medicines – cheaper but equally clinically…
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    22 Jan
  9. Could treating heart diseases with anti-inflammatories be the biggest breakthrough since statins?

    A research team in the US has found that anti-inflammatory drugs could reduce the risk of heart attacks, independent of…
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    15 Jan
  10. Could MDMA become psychiatry’s antibiotic?

    A handful of dedicated researchers have for decades been championing the use of psychedelic drugs to treat a range of…
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    11 Jan