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Just keep swimming: artificial microswimmers for targeted drug delivery

A large, international research team have provided insight into guiding principles for controlling confined active matter systems and supporting the […]

Range selectivity: boosts precision of drug delivery

A multi-center collaboration led by Imperial and UCL has demonstrated how a mysterious molecular concept that the authors referred to […]

An Overview of AI/ML for CNS Drug Discovery

Due to the complex nature of central nervous system diseases and the presence of the blood-brain barrier (among other factors), […]

Reach for the stars: Star-shaped device releases drugs more efficiently

Researchers from John Hopkins have developed a star-shaped device that can latch onto intestinal mucosa and release drugs into the […]

Nanoparticle-based delivery system to treat neurodegenerative diseases

Researchers from the Institut national de la recherche Scientifique (INRS) have shown that nanoparticles can be utilised to deliver drugs […]

Big data informs medicine acceptability

We summarise a recent article, published in Drug Discovery Today, that summarised how the increasing volume and availability of data […]

Cancer-on-a-chip developed to assess chemotherapy-associated toxicity

Researchers have developed a dual-organ system on a chip to measure cardiac toxicity arising from breast cancer chemotherapy. Breast cancer […]

AI and automation across the pharmacovigilance lifecycle

Despite technological advancements within data capture, storage, linking and analysis, little attention has been paid to the impact of these […]

Interview with Anandbir Brar, Chief Executive Officer, Excelra

We recently interviewed Anandbir Brar, Chief Executive Officer of Excelra. Excelra is the lead sponsor for our D4 Global virtual event.  […]

Researchers create functional intestinal organoids

A group led by Matthias Lütolf, PhD, Professor at EPFL’s Institute of Bioengineering, have developed a concept to guide stem […]