The poor and their health needs: hard-to-reach, still? – Julius Mugwagwa
The Innogen Institute explores the social and economic impact of innovation in the life sciences. It is a dynamic collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and the Open University.
March 6 2015
New Germs, Old Drugs, Tough Business: Innogen’s Work on the Antimicrobial Resistance Problem
Julius Mugwagwa discusses Ebola and the need for better distribution of African-based medicines in The Scotsman.
1 / 4
Dinar Kale analyses the missing link in the medical device industry for Business World
2 / 4
Julius Mugwagwa discusses African medicine production and distribution in new editorial for The Conversation
3 / 4
Joyce Tait contributes chapter entitled “Bringing it all together” in the first Annual Report of the Government Chief Scientific Advisor, Professor Sir Mark Walport.
4 / 4
Synthetic Aesthetics - co-authored by Jane Calvert, Pablo Schyfter and Alistair Elfick
Innogen offers a range of postgraduate study in areas relating to global health, food and energy security, the environment and the bioeconomy
ESRC Cross Investment Workshop Report - Open Science for Innovation
The Innogen Institute achieved excellent results in REF 2014.
Innogen is based at the University of Edinburgh and the Open University,and is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
html 5 | Log in