Advancing Cell & Gene

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Explore Cell & Gene

Unite with the cell & gene industry's foremost leaders and scientific experts through our year-round activities. Immerse yourself in cutting-edge scientific content that sparks thought-provoking insights, providing a unique perspective on the latest R&D trends and challenges.

Resources & Announcements

18/07/24 - A Concise Report Featuring Insights From The Prominent Thought Leaders Of Cell UK
10/07/24 - In 2020 Jennifer Doudna & Emmanuelle Charpentier were awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for discovering the revolutionary gene-editing tool CRISPR/Cas9. This article shines a spotlight on their remarkable achievements and addresses current applications and future opportunities for CRISPR/Cas9.
12/06/24 - Danish company Novo Holdings has acquired a majority stake in the Austrian-based company Single Use Support, marking a critical stride towards the wider adoption of single-use bioprocessing tools.
02/05/24 - A recent study shows that a novel refractometry-based PAT system monitors metabolic activity during CGT production, revealing insights into optimising bioprocesses.
30/04/24 - Cell & Gene 2024 Conference Producer Anya Chuykov met with Stephen Sullivan, COO of iPSirius, to discuss the advancements being made by iPSirius, and their unique proprietary technology working to treat aggressive forms of cancer.
03/04/24 - Scarlet Therapeutics uses genetic manipulation of red blood cells to carry a higher load of therapeutic proteins to help treat rare metabolic diseases.
27/03/24 - A study conducted by the Broad Institute and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) demonstrated that when multi-tailed mRNAs were integrated into a CRISPR-Cas9 system they proved to be more efficient gene editors than unmodified mRNA.

Online Activities

Planned for September 2024 | Science Exchange

The latest Trends and Challenges in Cell Culture and Biopharma Production

Planned for October 2024 | Science Exchange

Advancing Cell Culture Technology & Media

Planned for November 2024 | Science Exchange

Process Challenges in ATMP Development: Overcoming Hurdles for Successful Manufacturing

Oxford Global PLUS Pass

Introducing the PLUS Pass – your exclusive 12-month, all-access gateway to over 40 prestigious events hosted annually across the UK, Europe, and the US.

Tailored for experts, thought-leaders, and scientists from global pharma & biotech, the PLUS Pass not only grants you entry to our curated event experiences but also offers boundless knowledge sharing through our robust PLUS Platform. Immerse yourself in a wealth of on-demand event recordings, content articles, and industry news, while engaging in thought-provoking exclusive webinars and stimulating group discussions each month.

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Our extensive and engaged community extends across large, mid-size and innovative start-ups within the pharma and biotech space, with a dedicated audience spanning a range of specialisms. Whether you have content to share, are looking for ways to enhance your brand visibility or would like to increase engagement with prospective customers, Oxford Global can offer valuable access to your target demographic through our range of event & content services.

  • In-Person Services

    At Oxford Global, our events are designed to connect key life science figures and innovative solution providers, accelerating scientific advancement. Our goal is to create valuable connections and an impactful experience through innovative and collaborative formats.
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