33% of antibiotics are given without an associated diagnosis, AI is making its way into drug development, there are concerns over a 'rushed' Brexit, and is there a place for genomics in the NHS? Just some of the issues within the pharma sector hitting the headlines this week.
A report looks at how integrated care will underpin NHS plans, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society issues guidance on dangers of polypharmacy, and it turns out that Instagram's most-liked 'egg post' was an advert for mental health.
When German physicist, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, discovered the technique of producing x-rays it wasn’t actually what he was trying to do. It was an accident, so it got us thinking about other accidental discoveries in medicine.
This week’s headlines include a device converting Wi-Fi signals into electricity, medicines to be prioritised over food in a no-deal Brexit, a report on the increased demand for implantable devices, and are fitness trackers overestimating calorie burn? Find out -
Latest survey results on the adoption of machine learning by the industry, personnel shake-ups at GSK and Takeda, futuristic mutterings about organs being grown in space, and there’s no room and hiked costs for three quarters of warehousing firms among Brexit uncertainty.
Welcome to the first top jobs update of 2019! We’re excited to kick the year off with some fantastic positions with some excellent companies across the UK, including Account Executives, Primary Care Specialists and Key Account Managers. Take a look!
Star Europe is very proud to have received fantastic feedback in the Netherlands since opening its Amsterdam office in November. With a glowing testimonial from a client on their first experience of hiring with Star, 2019 has begun in the best way for the European arm of the company.
After a momentous week in UK politics, here are the top nursing and healthcare headlines! Featured articles include a demand for certainty on the effect of Brexit on healthcare, unlocking the potential of UK science and tech, and news of a UK-Japanese partnership to tackle certain diseases.
This week’s top headlines include an update from the MHRA on ‘no-deal’ Brexit devices and clinical trials guidance, the rise of global 3D printing in medicine, predictions on growth of the medical device connectivity market, and how the UK plans to unlock sci-tech within the sector.
Welcome to 2019! Including reports on a new trial for breast cancer breath tests, the effects of the NHS 10-year plan on the industry, and latest updates on Brexit, here’s what’s hitting pharma headlines in the first week of a brand-new year.