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Reflection - Road to Innovation

Sorry about the delay in publishing this communique, as some of you know, the pace is frantic here at Medlab.


A year from now...

A year from now...

The old adage that if you fail to plan you are planning to fail is attributed to US founding father Benjamin Franklin. We’d hope Ben might be impressed with the extent of planning for success that goes into Australian biotech these days.


Medlab Cannabis in a beaker

Hemp from US farms now legal, But caution on Cannabis prevails, rightly so

The US Farm Bill amended in December 2018 makes hemp production legal under certain conditions, so will this change the world of medical cannabis?


Medlab PC2 Lab worker

Scientific discovery, noble, enriching, future-proofing

Science operates in a land of discovery, opportunity, inspiration and unremitting hard work. A company focused on life science, research and development has to account for many things, looking back at what has been achieved and forward to how we can shape our science to combat chronic disease.


Medlab formulating products

Looking back, a guide to looking forward

The history of biotech teaches us many lessons. If you want to be successful, you can’t be a one-product company and you need to be part of the mainstream of world health issues that surround us. These considerations have shaped Medlab’s strategy and are borne out in our 2018 milestones.


There's Pot, then there's researched cannabis....Quite a difference

There's Pot, then there's researched cannabis....Quite a difference

In the past couple of weeks, there’s been a sharp uptick in trends towards wider community use of marijuana. Some US States have made it easier for doctors to prescribe certain marijuana drugs and for the public to access CBD, THC and CBN products, Canada has legalised cannabis and a marijuana grower has become the first of its kind to list on the New York Stock Exchange.


From snake oil to medicine – A huge gap, and there should be

From snake oil to medicine – A huge gap, and there should be

Among descriptions commonly applied to products under the nutraceutical banner are vitamins, minerals and herbal products and dietary supplements. Harsher critics see them all as snake oil, without any medical claims and just producing expensive urine. There are also studies which diminish any therapeutic potential of supplementation – and to be frank, I agree with a lot of this criticism.


Understanding the Clinical Applications of NanoCelle

What are nanoparticles, and their applications in medicine Safety of nanotechnology NanoCelle - what is it? Oro-buccal delivery Medlab's B12 comparative data