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Tuesday 07 December 1993
A syringe with no needle may make painful injections a thing of the past. Developed at Oxford University, it uses compressed gas to fire the drug in powdered form into the skin at twice the speed of sound. The drug penetrates the surface layer of the skin and diffuses into the blood capillaries.
Thursday 07 October 1993
SHARES in Drew Scientific fell almost 10 per cent before rebounding after the newly floated bioscience company warned that it would face a pre-tax loss of about pounds 850,000 halfway, writes Russell Hotten.
Thursday 17 June 1993
ANAGEN, which makes sophisticated blood-testing equipment, is coming to the market via a placing that will raise pounds 15m, writes Paul Durman.
Tuesday 22 September 1992
JOHN MAYO, the SG Warburg director who has been advising Imperial Chemical Industries on its restructuring plans, is to become finance director of the bioscience business when the company demerges next year, writes Heather Connon.
Saturday 01 August 1992
THE PROPOSED break-up of Imperial Chemical Industries could lead to it vacating the offices it has occupied since it was formed in 1926 - freeing one of London's most prestigious buildings, which could be worth more than pounds 70m.
Friday 31 July 1992
IMPERIAL Chemical Industries yesterday heralded one of the most dramatic restructurings in British corporate history when it announced that it was planning to break itself in two.
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