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AGTC Earns $10 Million After Reaching Phase I/II Study Milestone

Applied Genetic Technologies Corporation has earned a $10 million payment from Biogen for reaching a milestone outlined in a collaboration deal the companies signed in 2015.

£3.5-million grant lost

Top geneticist loses £3.5-million grant in first test of landmark bullying policy

Massive £30-million grant will be awarded to one cardiovascular research team

British Heart Foundation award is one of the largest single grants in medical research.

Bausch + Lomb names Joseph Gordon US President

Gordon will oversee the fully integrated US eye care business, including its four business units - Vision Care, Consumer Health, Surgical, and Pharmaceuticals.

India targets universities in predatory-journal crackdown

But academics say government incentives to publish are part of the problem.

Why organizing a scientific conference can produce huge benefits

Convening a colloquium can help you to build your network and expand your teamwork skill.

How to start a lab when funds are tight

Getting hold of the right equipment can be costly, so here’s a primer for cash-strapped principal investigators.

Latvia to join EuroHPC Joint Undertaking

Latvia has announced its intention to join the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking, and participate in and contribute to European and national efforts to acquire, build and deploy in Europe the world’s most powerful supercomputers.

Women in Vision UK meetings to unite women in vision and eye research

ARVO 2018 - Women in Vision UK attended the 10th Annual Women in Eye and Vision Research (WEAVR) luncheon, kindly sponsored by the NIHR Biomedical Research Center at Moorfields Eye Hospital and the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology on Tue 1st May at ARVO 2018.

Mapping the brain

Computer science teams up with neuroscience in frontier EU research

The Human Brain Project seeks scientific chairs for 2019 workshops

The Human Brain Project (HBP)has launched a call for expression of interest to find scientific chairs to take over the scientific lead of its 2019 education workshops.

Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden

Negotiations with Elsevier have stalled over open-access deals.

MSCA 2018 Presidency conference dedicated workshop

Managing Researchers' Talents, Skills & Career development

Bright future for 'chaotic' optical communications

Ground-breaking developments using optomechanical crystals, microchips and 'chaos' pave the way for faster, safer and more robust digital communications.

New educational appointments to IoO and Moorfields

Welcome to the new educational staff joining UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.