TTP Plc (TTP), a leading independent technology and product development company, and Camena Bioscience, a developer of pioneering technology that profiles small molecules, such as metabolites, nutrients or medicines in liquid samples, announced today that they are collaborating to develop an instrument to monitor the health of cell cultures. The new instrument will be used in biologic medicine manufacturing, and will be developed by TTP as part of a new project led by Camena Bioscience and co-funded by Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, with GSK plc and The Centre for Process Innovation as further project partners.
TTP will integrate Camena Bioscience’s proprietary small-molecule detection technology into a new instrument that will allow researchers to monitor metabolite levels in cell cultures more easily. The resulting better understanding of the condition of the cell culture, which is crucial for consistent synthesis of high-quality biologic products, promises to substant...
Cambridge, UK, 09 May 2018
Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Sixth International Molecular Diagnostics Europe event will return to Lisbon on 22-24 May 2018. This meeting provides a nexus for diagnostic developers in academia and industry as well as end-users in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector to gain a comprehensive picture of molecular diagnostics in prenatal, oncology, infectious disease, point-of-care, and liquid biopsy.
Come and join our talk at the Point-of-Care Diagnostics Track on Thursday 24 May:
Time: 12:35 - 12:50
Title: A Robot in a Coffee Pod - An Overview of TTP's 'Puck', a Point-of-Care Diagnostics Platform
Speaker: Piers Harding, C.Eng FIMechE, Mechanical Engineer/Consultant, TTP plc
The past 5 years has seen a wave of new PoC diagnostic platforms entering the market, with intense competition to establish a leading position. Clearly, only a few of the contenders will be successful. At TTP, Europe’s leading independent technology development company, our engineers and mo...
22 - 24 May 2018, Lisbon, Portugal
TTP Group are sponsoring two events at the Pint of Science Festival, taking place on 14-16 May 2018. Join the research community at your local pub to hear about the latest research within Cambridge.
Antibiotic resistance is rising to dangerously high levels all over the world, and resistance mechanisms are threatening our ability to treat even common infectious diseases. While calls for new therapies are issued frequently, development of new successful drugs is becoming rare. This event explores new strategies towards successfully using antibiotics to treat infections, starting from understanding the mechanisms bacteria use to evade antibiotics, genomic approaches to improving antibiotic efficiency and other approaches researchers take to discover new ways of treating bacterial infections...
Speakers include: Pietro Mastroeni (Reader in Infection and Immunity), Julian Parkhill (Head of Infect...
14 - 16 May, Cambridge
ISCT is the premier cell therapy translation society focused on pre-clinical, clinical and translational aspects of developing cell therapy products. As such, ISCT helps academics, governmnt and biotech/ pharma sectors transform research into practice and product. The ISCT Annual Meeting will serve as the prime opportunity for networking with experts within the global cell therapy arena.
TTP Consultant, Dr Samson Rogers, will be presenting a poster on Cellular Highways at ISCT 2018, Poster Session 1 on Thursday 3 May, 18:00 - 19:30.
2 - 5 May, Palais des Congrès de Montréal
Across the broad range of ambitions to implement artificial intelligence (AI) in different industries, applications of machine learning in healthcare are amongst the top of the list for funding and press attention in the last several years.
Machine learning offers many opportunities for the healthcare industry, such as disease identification and diagnosis, crowdsourcing treatment options, monitoring drug response and health epidemics. More and more healthcare and technology innovators are collaborating to change our current reality by experimenting with AI and machine learning. Not only have major players jumped into their own AI healthcare projects, several start-ups and smaller organizations have also begun their own efforts to create tools to aid healthcare.
Join us for an evening of talks from world-leading players in machine learning for healthcare, followed by a panel discussion to discuss focal and controversial topics about the applications of machine learning. Topics addr...
23 April 2018, 18:00 - 21:00 (GMT), Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
This event is run by the Innovation Forum Cambridge Branch and sponsored by TTP plc
About the Festival
From poetry to politics, fiction to finance, history to hip-hop and comedy to current affairs, Cambridge Literary Festival brings an eclectic mix of today’s best writers, thinkers and speakers to Cambridge all year round. Established in 2003 as “Wordfest” before re-branding as Cambridge Literary Festival and becoming a registered charity in 2014, we deliver two literary festivals each year: our main Spring Festival in April and our weekend Winter Festival in November. In addition to two major annual festivals, we host one-off events to celebrate new publications with authors such as Zadie Smith or Colm Tóibín, or to host international authors visiting the UK such as Margaret Atwood, Svetlana Alexievich and David Miliband.
For more information, visit: www.cambridgeliteraryfestival.com
TTP Group is proud to continue the support of the Cambridge Literary Festival 2018.
Famelab returns again to Cambridge, bringing together scientists, matheticians and engineers. Join the finalists as they talk about their research in just three minutes. No presentations and limited props, just enlightening, fascinating and sometimes unpredictable snippets of science.
To find out more information or to book tickets, visit: https://www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk/events/limited-tickets-available-door-famelab-cambridge-final
If you are looking for some Sunday entertainment, why not try Sunday Papers Live.
Imagine the perfect social Sunday, great food, newspapers, bloody Mary’s and add a healthy dose of science! This year we’re delighted to announce that Sunday Papers Live will be popping up at the Festival. Sunday Papers Live, established in London in 2013, brings the broadsheets to life, section by section, performance by performance through high profile speakers, entertainers, creative activities and food and drink. Our special science edition aims to offer a t...
TTP Group are proud to be sponsoring Famelab Cambridge Final and Sunday Papers Live as part of the Cambridge Science Festival
TTP challenged the students to produce a short video analysing the ergonomics and usability of objects from everyday life. Successful applicants attended a STEM outreach day at their site in Melbourn, where they experienced what it is like to be a technology consultant and how the development of products and technology can change lives.
The students worked collaboratively to brainstorm, create and refine prototypes for an innovative syringe design to be used in fat-grafting reconstructive surgery. Their ideas ranged from operating the syringe via a foot pump to minimise pressure on the wrist, to controlling flow rate using a gear in a similar way to a pipette filler, and a high-tech syringe with controls inspired by the variable temperature/speed settings on hairdryers.
TTP consultants from across the organisation took part in the activity day to talk to students about the surgical procedure and provided them with guidance throughout the day. The six students that most impressed t...
Year 12 students from Hills Road Sixth Form College, Long Road Sixth Form College and Comberton Sixth Form were invited to apply for an activity day with TTP Group, a Founding P...
SATELLITE 2018 unites aerospace thought leaders, entrepreneurs, executives, engineers, end-users and enthusiasts together in one place for the largest and most important global satellite technology event of the year. For more than 35 years, SATELLITE has played a critical role in determining how satellites will shape the future of our world. The show welcomes a community of aerospace professionals from every market and field of study, hailing from more than 100 nations around the world.
Leading edge science and engineering for real life solutions.
Come and visit TTP at booth #2314 to find out what we can do for you.
12 -15 March 2018, Washington, DC.
After the success of the London Festival in 2017, Front Line genomics is now raring to go once more. They will return to their hometown for the third Festival of Genomics London on the 30th & 31st January 2018.
The Festival is designed to offer insights and value for the full breadth of the genomics community – from academia, biopharma, healthcare organisations, investment firms, patient organisations and solution providers.
TTP will be exhibitng on Booth E18 to showcase the Desktop Biology platform. See how we can advance your biology. For more information on Desktop Biology, visit www.ttp.com/desktopbiology
30 – 31 January, ExCeL London
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