March 26, 2020

LIfT BioSciences announced today that they have embarked on a collaboration with King’s College London, under the London Advanced Therapies

January 15, 2020

London, 15th January 2020 ­– Biotech LIfT BioSciences today announced a further major investment into the company in its mission to develop the first curative and affordable cell therapy for all solid tumours. The investors included Jonathan Milner, a leading biotech ‘...

February 12, 2019

LIfT BioSciences comes first for the UK, and second place in the whole of Europe out of more than 200 companies that qualified for entry into the European Institute for Innovation & Technology (EIT) Accelerator programme across multiple health related industries.

Dr Van...

February 12, 2019

Alex Blyth, CEO of LIfT BioSciences, delivered the closing presentation for The 25th Prostate Cancer Foundation Retreat in Carlsbad, USA to an audience of the world's leading experts and authorities on Prostate Cancer.

The presentation solidified Innate Cell Therapies...

November 6, 2018

LIfT BioSciences has received a significant investment in its mission to develop the first curative and affordable cell therapy for all solid tumours. Leading biotech investors include the co-founder of Abcam plc, Jonathan Milner, now an important cornerstone investor...

May 1, 2018

LIfT BioSciences has been awarded Best Rising Start-Up at BioVaria 2018 by the experienced panel of judges, comprised of major Pharma Companies, Venture Capital Firms & NGOs.

Over 250 innovative minds gathered in Munich on April 23-24 for the 11th BioVaria to discuss em...

March 23, 2018

LIfT BioSciences has successfully raised £300K in seed funding to help complete their cutting-edge laboratory work towards developing the world's first cell bank of lab cultured cancer-killing leukocytes later this year. The funding follows on from the initial round of...

November 27, 2017

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- Note: An inaccuracy in this article is that LIfT will use survivor donor cells. We will be recruiting donors with a range of backgrounds, including specifically healthy volunteers who have no history of cancer personally or in the their family.

November 25, 2017

Early-stage research has shown that cancer cells from a well-known human cancer cell line (HeLa cells) can be killed by human neutrophils (a type of innate immune cell) that have been produced in a laboratory (rather than in the body). The breakthrough early-stage rese...

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