San Diego, California and Saffron Walden, UK, -- July 14, 2020 -- Invivoscribe, Inc., an industry pioneer and global leader in the field of precision diagnostics announces the launch of a fully integrated drug development engine.
14th July 2020
2nd June 2020
Cambridge, UK, 2nd June 2020 / Following the retirement of Tony Brampton, Eddy Littler has been appointed as non-executive Chairman of Domainex Ltd.
17th March 2020
Domainex would like to reassure you that we are taking the COVID-19 situation very seriously and are regularly monitoring any new developments and changes to the policies of governments around the world regarding the virus.
25th February 2020
Cambridge and Leeds, UK, 25th February 2020: Domainex Ltd., a fully integrated provider of drug discovery services from its Medicines Research Centre near Cambridge, UK, has entered into a research partnership with LUNAC Therap
13th February 2020
Cambridge, UK, 13th February 2020 / Domainex Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Tom Mander as Chief Executive Officer. Dr Mander will take over when Dr Trevor Perrior retires from the role in April 2020.
23rd January 2020
Saffron Walden, UK, 23 January 2020/ Domainex Ltd. is very pleased to announce that it has received accreditation from the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation for a period of three years.
26th April 2019
Today (26th April 2019), Medicines Discovery Catapult announces the launch of twenty-two partnerships with UK contract research organisations (CROs).
28th March 2019
20th March 2019
Saffron Walden, UK, and Basel, Switzerland 20 March 2019 / Domainex Ltd, an integrated provider of drug discovery services that has established a world-leading position in fragment-based drug discovery and
7th March 2019
London and Saffron Walden, UK, 7th March 2019 Domainex is pleased to announce that a team of its scientists, working in close partnership with Professor Michael Schneider and his team at Imperial College, have found a potential new drug for treating the heart damage caused by a h