Evidence and Impact

What is the UK and international evidence and impact behind in-silico technologies based?

InSilicoUK Innovation Network

The Economic Impact of In-Silico Technology on the UK and its Lifesciences Sector

By 2025 at least £2.6 billion worth of Pharma and Med Devices underpinned by in-silico methods will be made in the UK, even at our current share of the global manufacturing.

In-silico technologies will be critical to the future of the 111,200 directly employed in 2010 UK manufacturing sites in the Pharmaceutical and Med-Tech sectors.

In collaboration with Beauhurst and InnovateKTN

Researching next-generation life sciences innovations in the UK

On the UK’s Public and Private Equity investment in the UK over the past 10 years on in silico medicine technologies


Medical Device Innovation Consortium

Use of Computational Modeling & Simulation in Medical Device Development

Computational modeling and simulation (CM&S) has numerous applications throughout the medical device life cycle, from product development and testing to clinical evaluation, premarket submissions, and postmarket performance assessment and failure analysis. CM&S has the potential to reduce or eliminate the need for physical prototyping and testing, and to rapidly and cost-effectively evaluate more design and clinical use variations than are feasible using traditional methods.cuments

Modelling & Simulation WG, FDA’s Office of the ,

Successes & Opportunities in Modeling & Simulation for FDA

  1. Elucidates how and where M&S is used across FDA, and the type and purpose of M&S used

  2. Presents a selection of M&S case studies from across nearly all FDA centers, which demonstrate how M&S is playing a tangible role in FDA fulfilling its mission

  3. Identifies opportunities for FDA to better harness M&S in upcoming years by embracing computational advances and new (and big) data streams to develop improved public health solutions

Government Office for Science

Council for Science and Technology

Computational Modelling: Technological Futures

This report, known also as Blackett Review, sets out the findings of a review looking at the rapid evolution of UK computational modelling capability, and how it could be better used in both the public and private sectors.

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