• Pharma Technology Focus – Issue 69

    In this issue: The world’s pharma manufacturing hotspots, creating a universal flu vaccine, obstacles to improving the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, the potential of growth drugs, detecting racemisation in drugs,...

  • Turning up the heat on nano research

    Scientists from the University of Surrey have developed nanoparticles that heat up to a temperature high enough to kill cancerous cells. They also cleverly self-regulate to cool down before they...

  • Block and lock: a functional cure for HIV?

    New research has opened the door to a completely different approach to tackling HIV infections. Elly Earls meets lead author of the study, Susana Valente, to find out more.

  • Cracking the mysteries of Alzheimer’s disease

    With Pfizer shutting down its neuroscience unit and a long list of failed late-stage trials, the sheer difficulty of improving the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease has become painfully clear. How...

  • Pharma Technology Focus – Issue 68

    In this issue: The benefits of seamless clinical trials, a new functional cure for HIV, using mRNA to target cancer tumours, the potential of magnetic hyperthermia in killing cancerous cells,...