Albumedix - Dedicated to Better Health
Albumedix is a science-driven, life-science company focused on enabling the creation of advanced therapies and biopharmaceuticals utilizing our high quality recombinant human albumin products and technologies. We believe in empowering excellence to enable advanced therapies and facilitate otherwise unstable drug candidates reach patients worldwide. We are proud to be recognized as the world leader in recombinant human albumin with products and technologies used in clinical and marketed drugs by pharmaceutical and medical device companies worldwide. Headquartered in Nottingham, England with more than 100 people all committed to improving patient quality of life. We are just as passionate about albumin and albumin-enabled therapies today as we were when we started more than 35 years ago.
Our vision is to empower excellence in how we as a business operate and create products and services of the highest quality; but also to enable our customers and partners to excel in the development of transformative therapies, and thereby support life sciences and patients equally. As an example, we are proud to be working with domestic, national and international life science companies in these challenging times towards the urgent response against covid-19 - be it diagnostically, therapeutically and prophylactically.
Alderley Park is a place where world leading science, innovation and stylish living come together to create a place like no other.
Part of Bruntwood SciTech, a 50:50 joint venture between leading property company Bruntwood and Legal and General, Alderley Park is currently undergoing £247m investment. Home to the internationally-recognised Mereside bioscience campus, the Park offers more than 1m sq ft of high specification lab space, a range of scientific services and an accelerator delivering a comprehensive programme of business support for start-ups and scale-ups. It is also home to a vibrant and fast growing community of over 60 established and 150 pre-start up companies.
The newly re-developed 150,000 sq ft ‘Glasshouse’, opened in February 2020, offers high specification, collaborative workspace to tech companies and forward thinking, innovative businesses.
The Park is also home to a wide range of amenities including a conference centre complete with a 232 seat auditorium and meeting rooms, restaurant, gym and outdoor sports pitches. It also offers unrivalled 100GB connectivity, Enterprise Zone status, and is part of the Cheshire Science Corridor.
This is a place where people can live connected lives, in a community that will shape its own future. A place to do science, do business, work We can help you shape the future. and live differently, with no boundaries. Where people, work, life, ideas and conversations flow seamlessly together.
Nowhere else offers you so much room to breathe and space to think. Or such a canvas for being creative, individual and inventive.
If you believe that things don’t always have to be done the way people have always done them, if you want to keep evolving the way you do business, work and live, you’ll find Alderley Park a breath of fresh air.
Almac Discovery is a research driven drug discovery company dedicated to the development of novel and innovative approaches to the treatment of diseases of unmet need (including oncology and CNS), by applying a target class approach. The Almac Discovery business model is to develop preclinical stage assets which are then licenced to pharmaceutical or biotech partners for further development. We also look to collaborate with partners to apply our medicinal chemistry and translational biology expertise to targets of mutual interest. Key research themes include deubiquitinase enzymes and protein drug conjugates.
At Amphista Therapeutics we are developing drugs to bring life-changing medicines to patients. Powered by transformational science we are advancing beyond traditional degrader approaches.
Amphista Therapeutics is an exciting spin out company founded by Advent Life Sciences and built on groundbreaking science from the laboratory of Professor Alessio Ciulli (University of Dundee), a world leader in the field of targeted protein degradation.
Targeted protein degradation (TPD) hijacks the cell’s degradation machinery to modulate abundance of proteins that are responsible for disease progression. Our approach to protein degradation differentiates from traditional TPD technologies and is being developed to treat diseases with high unmet need.
Our breakthrough technology combines synthetic and stem cell biology, offering limitless possibilities. Enabling a new generation of cell therapies, providing the best human cells for research and drug discovery, and allowing the control of advanced synthetic biology circuits for biomanufacturing.
Karma Oncology is a specialised oncology clinical development company headquartered in Scotland with offices in Netherlands and USA. We offer a complete range of development services from clinical development planning, protocol design and authoring, strategic country/site selection, regulatory submissions, through to clinical trial execution and reporting.
Adaptable - We can provide selected individual services, and extend to full-service global CRO capabilities clients require. Our size allows us to be flexible, innovative and responsive to individual sponsor requirements and to adhere strictly to sponsor specified development timelines.
Reliable - Our Project Managers have extensive oncology experience, our monitors are professional, mature 'career' CRAs - not trainees - and we have the lowest staff turnover in the industry (<5%). Many of our staff come from a nursing or medical background, and for international studies we use CRAs native to their country.
Motivated - Our team has successfully completed programs in a broad range of solid tumour and hematologic indications utilising an array of different therapeutic approaches including immunotherapy and cell therapies (autologous, CAR-T and CAR-NK).
Accountable – The Karma team focus on delivering quality while respecting sponsor timelines (not internal timelines) and will do what it takes to do so.
Medherant is developing a pipeline of products for pain and neurology indications, based on our next-generation TEPI-Patch® transdermal drug technology. Our first product – Ibuprofen TEPI Patch – entered the clinic in 2018.
Key advantages of the TEPI Patch® technology over current technologies are the high payload and very efficient release of drug. This enables lower potency drugs to be formulated as a patch and provides the opportunity to increase the dose of drugs already administered via a patch whilst also minimising the residual drug after use.
The TEPI Patch® also provides a better experience for the user as it does not leave a residue around the patch – referred to as ‘cold flow’ – and has excellent adhesion whilst still being easy and painless to remove. No organic solvents are involved in this drug-in-adhesive system.
As well as developing our own products, Medherant offers pharma companies rapid feasibility studies using our proprietary high throughput permeation study system to develop transdermal formulations of their drugs of interest.
MGB Biopharma is a private company based in Glasgow, Scotland and is backed by a syndicate of Scotland’s leading angel investor groups together with Scottish Enterprise. Antimicrobial drug resistance is recognised as a global public health concern with an urgent need for new antibacterial drug classes that are more effective than existing treatments. MGB is developing the first truly novel class of anti-infectives in over a decade that has the potential to treat infections of a number of the most important susceptible and resistant pathogens.
Our lead compound has shown strong bactericidal activity with quick onset of action against many strains of Gram-positive bacteria. It has completed pre-clinical development and progress into our phase 1 clinical study for the treatment of Clostridium difficile have been endorsed by the MHRA. Optimisation of a new formulation for intravenous administration and treatment of systemic Gram-positive infection is ongoing.
MGB has acquired exclusive rights to the proprietary minor groove binder platform, developed at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. This platform provides an opportunity to develop additional compounds with the potential to treat Gram-negative, viral, fungal and parasitic infections. MGB continues to work closely with Strathclyde University to develop the pipeline and is currently seeking partners to help maximise the value-creating opportunities from its broad platform.
Mironid is an innovative drug discovery company that develops proprietary drug candidate molecules by modulating the activity of key cell signaling proteins.
Oncimmune’s intimate understanding of the human immune system enables the Company to harness its sophisticated response to disease to detect cancer earlier and to support the development of better therapies.
The key to improving cancer survival is early detection and optimal selection for therapy. Oncimmune is driven by a passion to improve cancer survival and to give people extra time. Oncimmune's immuno-diagnostic test, EarlyCDT, can detect and help identify cancer on average four years earlier than standard clinical diagnosis.
The unique combination of our core technology and understanding of the immune system, powers our ImmunoINSIGHTS service; a proprietary platform that enables life-science organisations to optimise drug development and delivery, leading to more effective, targeted as well as safer treatments for patients.
Oncimmune was founded in 2002 and launched its platform diagnostic technology in 2009, followed by the launch of its first commercial tests, EarlyCDT Lung and EarlyCDT Liver. To date, over 200,000 tests have been performed for patients worldwide. EarlyCDT Lung was also used in what is believed to be the largest randomised controlled trial for the early detection of lung cancer using biomarkers, the successful NHS Early detection of Cancer of the Lung (ECLS) trial of 12,209 high-risk smokers in Scotland. This trial demonstrated that EarlyCDT Lung reduced the incidence of patients with late-stage lung cancer or unclassified presentation at diagnosis, compared to standard clinical practice.
Headquartered at its laboratory facility in Nottingham, UK, Oncimmune has a discovery research centre in Dortmund, Germany and in London, UK and a partner representative office in Shanghai, China. Oncimmune joined the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange in May 2016 under the ticker ONC.L.