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A Potential Ebola Vaccine

I was thrilled to hear yesterday that Glaxo Smith Kline was shipping out the first batch of potential Ebola vaccines to West Africa. The batch contained 300 doses and was due to arrive on 23rd January in Liberia. 665 more words

Scientific Developments

K+ programme at King's College London

So, it has been a while since a new post appeared on TSEB. This is due to many reasons – all of which are sourced from my A level courses and the time commitment they continuously demand. 719 more words


Is China's Anticorruption Enforcement Implicitly Protectionist?

When a Chinese court fined GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) US$490 million last year for bribing Chinese physicians and hospital administrators, Western firms doing business in China snapped to attention. 805 more words


The ultra-biochemical engineers (Day 237)

I have talked before about the work of chemical engineers in pharmaceutical production and the important role they fill in scaling-up lab designed drugs to produce them in large numbers, for example ‘ 431 more words

Geoff Maitland

Ad Focus: Beechams

As a rule of thumb, I don’t bother with over-the-counter cold and flu remedies. I’m mostly suspicious of their benefits, and of the motives of snake oil chemical companies. 500 more words

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GlaxoSmithKline transfer pricing case settled

The landmark transfer pricing case involving GlaxoSmithKline has settled on the eve of the second Tax Court of Canada trial in the matter.

“Counsel for Glaxo confirmed the settlement but the details remain confidential,” writes  730 more words

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