About Wellcome Trust
The Wellcome Trust is the largest charity in the UK. It funds innovative biomedical research, in the UK and internationally, spending around £650 million each year to support the brightest scientists with the best ideas. The Wellcome Trust supports public debate about biomedical research and its impact on health and wellbeing.
- Industry : Biotechnology
News about Wellcome Trust
09-Jun-2015 | research and development
Avilex Pharma receives Wellcome Trust Translation Award
Avilex Pharma announces that it has received a 18 million DKK (2.4 million EUR) Translation Award from Wellcome Trust to fund the development of a novel ...
08-Oct-2014 | science
Merck Serono to Collaborate With The Institute of Cancer Research, London, and Wellcome Trust
Joint program to develop drug candidates for the treatment of different forms of cancer
05-Feb-2013 | research and development
Data from historic phase IIb clinical trial for tuberculosis vaccine candidate MVA85A
Data from a Phase IIb clinical trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of MVA85A in preventing tuberculosis (TB) in infants. MVA85A is a TB vaccine ...
30-May-2012 | business & finance
Biocartis collaborates with Philips and Wellcome Trust in oncology diagnostics
Collaboration to develop an automated blood based assay-system for monitoring tumor load
24-May-2012 | research and development
Phagenesis Wins c. £1 million Translation Award by Wellcome Trust to Expand Dysphagia Treatment
Phagenesis Ltd has been awarded c. £1 million from the Wellcome Trust to extend the scope of its dysphagia treatment device, from hospitals into the ...
25-Mar-2011 | business & finance
Canbex Therapeutics receives £1.75 million Translation Award from the Wellcome Trust
Canbex Therapeutics Ltd. announced today that it has received a Translation Award of up to 1.75 million ($2.8 million) from the Wellcome Trust to support ...
02-Nov-2010 | science
Immune system assassin's tricks visualised for the first time
Scientists from the UK and Australia have seen the human immune system's assassin – a protein called perforin – in action for the first time. The UK team, ...