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Featured in Laboratory News October16 Edition

Why are so many drugs derived from natural sources on the market to treat human disease? Venom-master Steve Trim explains how evolution can give us a pharmaceutical short-cut http://www.labnews.co.uk/features/doesnt-kill-us-13-10-2016/

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Moments of Innovation – Spiders and scorpions join fight against superbugs

Matthew Stock of Reuters reports on Venomtech extracting the venom of scorpions and spiders, in the hunt for valuable molecules that could help in the battle against drug-resistant superbugs. Watch the video for the full story http://www.reuters.com/video/2016/08/09/spiders-and-scorpions-join-fight-against?videoId=369522249&videoChannel=118065 – See more at: http://www.venomtech.co.uk/news/2016/08/moments-of-innovation-spiders-and-scorpions-join-fight-against-superbugs.htm#sthash.Fp9L2j3M.dpuf

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Venomtech’s new BD Director

We are pleased to introduce the newest recruit – Dr Paul Grant. Paul Joins us with a long history in both pharmaceutical sales and neuroscience, an exciting addition to our team. See his LinkedIn profile for more info – https://uk.linkedin.com/in/paul-grant-ab3a5812    

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Venom peptide antimicrobial action

Following on from our inclusion in Sky News report on the need for new antibiotics we thought we’d show you some of our venom in action. This plate was dosed with one of our snake venoms specifically chosen by our scientists. The bacteria growing in a lawn are Staphylococcus albus which are clearly killed in…

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