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Today, in Europe, it is Antibiotic Awareness Day.
If you're interested in foods, dietary supplements, herbals, nutraceuticals then Vitafoods is the show for you.
The One Nucleus BioWednesday in London fell on 4th July 2012, Independence Day. Bearing in mind the topic of discussion, perhaps the 4th of July should also be known as "Transparency Day"?
Shaun Grady, VP SPBD, AstraZeneca was the main speaker providing background on the company and their aspirations.
The BBC Panorama programme broadcast on Thursday 19th July 2012 called "The Truth about Sports Products" may well be an 'eye opener' for many. I thought it was a brilliant programme and I drew the following conclusions that we must:
Parliamentary Links Day 2012: Science and Sport (26 June 2012)
This is an excellent article in The Telegraph which records the Chinese-born director-general of the World Health Organisation's speech in Copenhagen in March earlier this year. Dr Margaret Chan was very to the point saying 'If current trends continue unabated, the future is easy to predict,’ she said.
On Tuesday 12th June 2012, the Directors of GRS attended their first meeting with the UK's Parliamentary & Scientific Committee in the House of Commons. It started with the Annual General Meeting which was interesting in itself! This was followed by discussion and debate about whether or not the EU regulations are adequate for animal research, an understandably sensitive issue. Representatives from the Home Office, the RSPCA and Lilly UK presented on the subject which ensured there was
Greer Deal, Director of Global Regulatory Services (GRS), has co-authored two key papers on the subject of Chinese Herbal Medicines which were published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology earlier this year.
Global Regulatory Services (GRS) is proud to be a supporter of the Cambridge Phenomenon Book which was formally launched on 8th May 2012. The two directors, Bobby and Greer Deal, were invited to attend the prestigious launch party at the Senate House where they joined a party of around 400 people to recognise and acknowledge the success of Cambridge businesses. There was an overpowering feeling of creativity, passion, drive and entrepreneurial spirit and Greer was quic
Although it is now the end of the three year GP-TCM project (funded under the EU FP7 programme), it certainly isn't the end of GP-TCM.
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