Corporate Memberships




Regular meetings attended:

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Forthcoming Events:


Genesis 2014 (Hosted by One Nucleus)

Date: Tuesday 9th December 2014

Venue: QEII Conference Centre, Westminster, London


The life sciences industry is continually changing. The whole issue of cost containment, reimbursement and personalised medicine development is the key to the healthcare industry in the next 20 years.

Now in it's 14th year, the Genesis conference programme carries a key theme each year to track and address the key challenges going forward.  In 2014 that focus is on Innovative Strategies to Bridge the R&D Gap in Life Sciences.

Global Regulatory Services (GRS) is hosting the Medical Device Stream at 11:30.  We hope you will join us in this regulatory update and debate on whether or not the new EU Medical Device and IVD regulations are a step closer to current Pharma requirements.

Further Information:

Cambridge Enterprise & Technology Club (CETC)
The CETC provides a networking forum for business people, academics, technologists and service providers, together with a unique opportunity to learn about cutting edge technologies.  The Club was founded as part of a Department of Trade & Industry initiative in the 1980’s to improve business skills.

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One Nucleus
Established in 1997, and formerly known as ERBI, One Nucleus is a not-for-profit, membership organisation and located in Cambridge and London – the centre of Europe’s leading life science and healthcare cluster.

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Global Trade Network (GTN)
GTN is a new business network designed to help international trading companies improve their business performance through networking with likeminded individuals. 

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The Cambridge Network
The Cambridge Network links like minded people from business and academia to each other and to the global high technology community for the benefit of the Cambridge region.  It enables members to work together and leverage their collective resources in new ways for the benefit of technology-enabled enterprise and adjacent stakeholders in the Cambridge region.

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London Regenerative Medicine Network (LRMN)
The London Regenerative Medicine Network (LRMN) is the largest and most successful cell therapy, gene therapy and regenerative medicine network in the UK if not globally. Founded in 2005, the LRMN remains an independent ‘not for profit’ organisation firmly embedded in the community. This grass-roots network is free for all to join and prides itself on its inclusivity.

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