Pharma, Life Sciences and Biotech What we do for Pharma, Life Sciences and Biotech businesses
One of the most obvious industries where you would expect to find eligible R&D activities are the pharmaceutical, life sciences and biotech industries – where people might actually wear white lab coats.
Examples of R&D activity with the Pharma, Life Sciences & Biotech sectors include:
- Phase I-III clinical trials, and potentially some aspects of Phase IV
- Improving or creating new methods of drug delivery
- Designing, developing, and testing assays/protocols
- Improving drug formulations to reduce dosage or side effects or increase audience
- Developing new technologies and devices to improve the identification and treatment of conditions
- Software development to sync various healthcare services and providers
- Finding additional uses for current medicines
- Automating and scaling up your manufacturing process
- Developing new medical devises; improving on the size, cost or portability without compromising on its performance
- Developing devices to assist with surgical or non-surgical procedures
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