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.
June 18 2015
Towards Inclusive Innovation, Asian Drivers, Global Value Chains and the Role of Commodities: Celebrating Raphael Kaplinsky’s Research
Julius Mugwagwa discusses Ebola and the need for better distribution of African-based medicines in The Scotsman.
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Dinar Kale analyses the missing link in the medical device industry for Business World
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Julius Mugwagwa discusses African medicine production and distribution in new editorial for The Conversation
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Joyce Tait contributes chapter entitled “Bringing it all together” in the first Annual Report of the Government Chief Scientific Advisor, Professor Sir Mark Walport.
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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
The Innogen Institute achieved excellent results in REF 2014.
Innogen is based at the University of Edinburgh and the Open University
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