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Pneumagen (Holdings) Ltd, focused on treating infectious diseases by targeting the human glycome, today announced a GBP £4 million investment to allow the clinical development of Neumifil for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.
MGB Biopharma announces successful outcome from Phase II clinical study on MGB-BP-3 for the treatment of Clostridium difficile Infection
MGB Biopharma, the Glasgow-based biopharmaceutical company developing a novel class of anti-infectives, today announced the successful conclusion of its Phase II clinical study into MGB-BP-3, for the treatment of Clostridium difficile Infection (CDI). The study confirms that the drug has the potential to become the new gold standard, first-line treatment for CDI.
- UK government and Honeywell sign agreement for 70 million face masks to support U.K.’s response to COVID-19 outbreak
- New production line to create approximately 450 jobs in Newhouse
Scottish Enterprise and partners today advised that from mid-morning on Thursday 14 May 2020 the Pivotal Enterprise Resilience Fund will reopen for new applications.
Scottish Enterprise has welcomed the announcement from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today that the Scottish Government will provide an additional £45m for businesses impacted by COVID-19.
Scottish Enterprise and partners today advised that from 5pm on Tuesday 5 May 2020 the Pivotal Enterprise Resilience Fund will pause to allow detailed assessment of initial applications.
Forfar-based textiles business Don & Low has acquired a machine to manufacture fabric used in the production of high-quality FFP3 face masks.
Scottish Enterprise has today welcomed the announcement from Economy Secretary Fiona Hyslop that the Scottish Government’s additional £100m fund for businesses impacted by COVID-19 will be open for applications later today.
Our Chief Executive Steve Dunlop outlines Scottish Enterprise's response to COVID-19 and explains how a partnership effort will help reset, restart and recover Scotland's economy.
Scottish Enterprise has welcomed today’s statement from Cabinet Secretary Fiona Hyslop that an extra £100m will be made available to the newly self-employed and firms suffering hardship.
What we are doing to help Scotland's businesses and communities
COVID-19 is creating considerable concern across Scotland at the moment. While the priority is understandably the health and safety of us all, we recognise that this is also an incredibly uncertain time for businesses.