Scientists and institutions that work with Ximbio have been able to share their research with the global life science community.
Learn how they have benefited so far and how Ximbio can benefit you.
Dana Koludrovic: Kick-starting your career in Tech Transfer
The Ximbassador Programme is a paid part-time internship, focusing on sourcing and commercialising life science reagents that have been created on campus. It provides PhD students, Post-Docs and Laboratory Research Technicians with valuable hands-on exper
2nd September 2019
Professor Peter Beverley case study
Professor Peter Beverley is a leading professor of immunology, with particular research interests in TB, HIV, lymphocyte populations and antibody generation. He has partnered with Ximbio since its creation in 2014 and has had a longer partnership with the
20th August 2019
An insight into the drug development process: AZD0424
We know developing a new drug is a tricky process - so difficult that only one or two compounds in every 10,000 tested actually make it through to being used as a licensed treatment. So, what happens to the other 9,998 compounds that fail the process? Jus
12th August 2019
QMUL - Expanding a TTO’s capacity
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and Ximbio have been partners since 2017. During this time, QMUL has added 55 reagents to the Ximbio portfolio. In order to generate insights into the life sciences research that was taking place within the life scie
11th July 2019
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