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.
November 4 2014
Innovation (Re)Generation: Exploring Regenerative Medicine
Prof Joyce Tait was recently interviewed by Munchies for their article, “We Need to Re-Evaluate Our Stigma Towards Genetically Modified Meat”.
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Innogen OU discusses innovating for local health at Globelics 2014
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New Innogen project on Anti-Microbial Resistance
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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
Innogen Institute Scholarship Recipients 2014-15
Innogen is based at the University of Edinburgh and the Open University,and is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
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