Technology Transfer

South Africa to host vaccine technology transfer center

Geneva, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – June 22, 2021): South Africa will host the continent’s first Covid-19 vaccine production facility, as President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Monday, Africa has now understood that the doses “would never come” to save lives. Ramaphosa has joined with the World Health Organization (WHO) …

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SBA Amends SBIR / STTR Policy Guideline, Clarifying Broad Phase III Eligibility for Successors in the Interest of Phase II Beneficiaries – Corporate / Commercial Law

United States: SBA Amends SBIR / STTR Policy Guideline, Clarifying Broad Phase III Eligibility for Successors in the Interest of Phase II Beneficiaries June 21, 2021 Ward & Berry To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. The United States Small Business Administration recently made important clarifications to …

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Promote open science in public policies

One month ago The construction process is closed. Recommendations on subordinate open science United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); The next step is to present it to the Organization’s General Conference in November for approval by Member States. the document, which brought together the global consensus on open …

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4 local pharmaceutical laboratories ready to undertake local packaging of Covid-19 vaccines – Pharmaceutical Society

At least four local pharmaceutical manufacturers stand ready to supply the Ghanaian market with Covid-19 vaccines. This is according to the Pharmaceutical Company of Ghana (PSGH). The announcement comes after the government revealed it was pursuing local production options following setbacks in foreign markets. Health Minister Kwaku Agyeman-Manu said his …

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Netanyahu casts a shadow over Israeli politics

Lionel Barber is the former editor of the Financial Times. He is the author of “The Powerful and the Damned: Private Diaries in Turbulent Times”. Benjamin Netanyahu has been the subject of countless political obituaries, but Israel’s longest-serving prime minister has always had the last laugh. The Israeli parliament’s vote …

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