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A new Summit designed to address the health of the UK bioscience industry, The Pulse of British Bioscience, is expected to draw 350 industry executives, investors and academics together today at Oxford University.

This unique thought leadership summit is focussed on the crucial issue of how to maximise the translation of the UK's great biomedical research base into commercial products for economic and societal benefit. One decade after his publication of the Cooksey Review of UK health research, Sir David Cooksey will set out his view on unfinished business around the first gap in translation.

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