Gcrf

17 Jul 19
MMU Research and Knowledge Exchange Blog

Aims The British Academy, as part of the UK’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), is inviting proposals for writing workshops in developing countries. These workshops should aim to support early career academics, promote the uptake of research emanating from developing countries in international journals and further intellectual interaction globally. The intention of the Writing Workshops […]

17 Jul 19
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Emerging economies such as Africa (West Africa), India, Brazil, and China have limited centralized laboratory facilities. In emerging economies point of care diagnostic is needed due to unavailability of labs, infrastructure, associated costs, and trained personnel. Most of the point-of-care diagnostic tests are comparatively easy to perform and can be performed with minimum amount of […]

17 Jul 19
Site Title

Emerging economies such as Africa (West Africa), India, Brazil, and China have limited centralized laboratory facilities. In emerging economies point of care diagnostic is needed due to unavailability of labs, infrastructure, associated costs, and trained personnel. Most of the point-of-care diagnostic tests are comparatively easy to perform and can be performed with minimum amount of […]

17 Jul 19
Site Title

Emerging economies such as Africa (West Africa), India, Brazil, and China have limited centralized laboratory facilities. In emerging economies point of care diagnostic is needed due to unavailability of labs, infrastructure, associated costs, and trained personnel. Most of the point-of-care diagnostic tests are comparatively easy to perform and can be performed with minimum amount of […]

17 Jul 19
coherent market insights

Emerging economies such as Africa (West Africa), India, Brazil, and China have limited centralized laboratory facilities. In emerging economies point of care diagnostic is needed due to unavailability of labs, infrastructure, associated costs, and trained personnel. Most of the point-of-care diagnostic tests are comparatively easy to perform and can be performed with minimum amount of […]

17 Jul 19
coherent market insights

Emerging economies such as Africa (West Africa), India, Brazil, and China have limited centralized laboratory facilities. In emerging economies point of care diagnostic is needed due to unavailability of labs, infrastructure, associated costs, and trained personnel. Most of the point-of-care diagnostic tests are comparatively easy to perform and can be performed with minimum amount of […]

17 Jul 19
coherent market insights

Emerging economies such as Africa (West Africa), India, Brazil, and China have limited centralized laboratory facilities. In emerging economies point of care diagnostic is needed due to unavailability of labs, infrastructure, associated costs, and trained personnel. Most of the point-of-care diagnostic tests are comparatively easy to perform and can be performed with minimum amount of […]

17 Jul 19
coherent market insights

Emerging economies such as Africa (West Africa), India, Brazil, and China have limited centralized laboratory facilities. In emerging economies point of care diagnostic is needed due to unavailability of labs, infrastructure, associated costs, and trained personnel. Most of the point-of-care diagnostic tests are comparatively easy to perform and can be performed with minimum amount of […]

17 Jul 19
coherent market insights

Emerging economies such as Africa (West Africa), India, Brazil, and China have limited centralized laboratory facilities. In emerging economies point of care diagnostic is needed due to unavailability of labs, infrastructure, associated costs, and trained personnel. Most of the point-of-care diagnostic tests are comparatively easy to perform and can be performed with minimum amount of […]

16 Jul 19
MMU Research and Knowledge Exchange Blog

Recognising the fast-moving nature of many of the challenges facing low or middle income countries (LMICs), the AHRC has launched this scheme to provide an accelerated funding outlet for urgent research priorities. Funded as a part of the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), it is an open, responsive mechanism through which arts and humanities researchers […]

10 Jul 19
Writing from the Depths

by Rosalie Hans The annual Development Studies Association (DSA) conference took place in Milton Keynes this year from 19 to 21 June and as a novice to a conference in this discipline I was excited to find out how it would differ from the heritage and museum studies gatherings I’m used to (spoiler alert, it […]

04 Jul 19
News Directory

A researcher from De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) is working in Sierra Leone to improve public health standards following the 2014 Ebola outbreak of thousands of citizens at risk of disease. Umar Anjum, a Parasitology PhD student at the School of Related Health Sciences, DMU, ​​is working in partnership with University of Makeni (UNIMAK), training […]

01 Jul 19
Professor Adrian Finch

It has been another busy and successful time for members of our Research Group which has included three published papers, two grant awards, three invited attendances, several published abstracts and preparing for the next round of world conferences which will include 9 presentations, a short course on alkaline rocks and a session at Goldschmidt 2019. […]

28 Jun 19
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