Peptomyc’s Omomyc-based therapy, OMO-103, has obtained approval for first-in-human phase I/II trial to assess the efficacy and safety of a novel Myc inhibitor

BARCELONA, Spain, March 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Co-founded back in 2014 by VHIO’s Laura Soucek, CEO of the enterprise, and Marie-Eve Beaulieu, Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) of the company, VHIO-born spin-off Peptomyc S.L. has just announced that it has received approval from the Spanish Agency of Medicines and Medical Devices for conducting clinical trials […]

Labour Minister Assigns Advisor to Visit Rights Review Coordination Center for Section 33 We Love Each Other Project in Phetchaburi

  Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin assigned his Advisor to visit the Rights Review Coordination Center’s services for the Section 33 We Love Each Other project at the Phetchaburi Social Security Office, to facilitate those who have not registered their names and surnames, those who do not have smartphones, and those who are registered but the system […]

Deputy Labour Minister Visits Ratchaburi to Promote Digital Technology

The Deputy Labour Minister continued to drive skill development and intense training to support the digital technology 4.0 and languages required. She emphasized following the “create, elevate and give, uniting Thailand to build a nation,” accessible to all groups of people in response to the government policy, leaving no one behind. On March 17, 2021, Deputy […]

Legislators voting for charter amendments bill warned of possible probe

Most senators abstained in the voting of the constitutional amendments bill Wednesday night in compliance with the ruling by the Constitutional Court that a new Constitution can be drafted only after it is given public consent through a national referendum, Senate Deputy Speaker General Singsuk Singprai said. Speaking to the media at parliament today (Thursday), […]

Justice Ministry refutes Ratsadon leaders’ foul play claim, accuses them of resisting COVID screening

Thailand’s Ministry of Justice has explained that three detained Ratsadon leaders refused to be separated for COVID-19 screening, after the court allowed them to be transferred from Thonburi to Bangkok remand prison. The ministry also dismissed the claim by Arnon Nampa, one of the seven Ratsadon leaders held on remand, that they resisted prison officers’ […]