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AstraZeneca aims for $80 billion revenue by 2030

The Times/The Sunday Times 21 May 2024
In advance of AstraZeneca’s highly anticipated investor event on Tuesday at the Discovery Centre, its new £1.1 billion global research and development headquarters in Cambridge, the FTSE 100 company ...
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AstraZeneca to set out six-year plan for growth

The Times/The Sunday Times 20 May 2024
AstraZeneca, at a highly anticipated investor day at the Discovery Centre, its new £1.1 billion global research and development headquarters in Cambridge, will present its “roadmap” to 2030 and detail ...
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John Milton was a prude! Rare handwritten notes made by the famous English poet reveal ...

The Daily Mail 15 May 2024
But John Milton was quick to judge others' attempts at writing, according to a new discovery ... But John Milton was quick to judge others' attempts at writing, according to a new discovery ... The discovery was published in the Times Literary Supplement.
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Publication in Nature Immunology outlining the contribution of B cells to anticancer immunosurveillance highlights Alchemab’s capabilities and potential to develop new cancer therapies

Pharmiweb 15 May 2024
Cambridge, UK, 14 May 2024 – Alchemab Therapeutics (Alchemab), an antibody discovery company identifying naturally occurring antibodies from individuals resilient to disease, today announces the ...
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A 75,000-Year-Old Neanderthal Woman's Face Unveiled

Ancient Origins 02 May 2024
In 2018, a team led by the University of Cambridge made a groundbreaking discovery inside Shanidar Cave—a site previously famed for its series of Neanderthal remains ... (BBC Studios/Jamie Simonds/University of Cambridge) The Reconstruction Process.
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Face of 75,000-year-old Neanderthal woman recreated after being dug up from Iraqi cave

The Spectrum 02 May 2024
Neanderthals are believed to have died out more than 40,000 years ago, making discoveries of new remains "few and far between," according to Cambridge.Shanidar Z's skull indicates possible interbreeding.
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Recreating the face of a 75,000-year-old female from a cave where Neanderthals buried their dead

Phys Dot Org 02 May 2024
A new Netflix documentary has recreated the face of a 75,000-year-old female Neanderthal whose flattened skull was discovered and rebuilt from hundreds of bone fragments by a team of archaeologists and conservators led by the University of Cambridge.
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Face of a 75,000-year-old Neanderthal woman revealed by scientists

NBC Bay Area 02 May 2024
This is Shanidar Z, a Neanderthal woman whose face was recreated by archaeologists at England’s University of Cambridge ... Emma Pomeroy, a palaeo-anthropologist at Cambridge, said in the report.
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A Unique Twist Found In Path of Human Evolution

Ancient Origins 19 Apr 2024
University of Cambridge ... "We have been ignoring the way competition between species has shaped our own evolutionary tree," said lead author Dr Laura van Holstein, a University of Cambridge biological anthropologist from Clare College.
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AI helps researchers identify potential Parkinson’s treatments

The Times/The Sunday Times 17 Apr 2024
Cambridge scientists have hailed the discovery of five “highly potent” chemical compounds that could be used to create revolutionary Parkinson’s treatments ... A study published in the journal Nature Chemical Biology noted that ... Related articles. HEALTH ... .
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Solving an early medieval money mystery with lead isotope and trace analysis

Ars Technica 11 Apr 2024
(credit. The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge) ... “This was such an exciting discovery," said co-author Rory Naismith, a medieval historian at the University of Cambridge. "I proposed Byzantine origins a decade ago but couldn’t prove it.
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Bedrock of England’s Economy Formed by Coins Made of Byzantine Silver

Greek Reporter 10 Apr 2024
“This was such an exciting discovery,” Rory Naismith, a professor of early medieval English history at the University of Cambridge and one of the academics behind the study, told The Guardian.
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Silver coin boom in medieval England due to melted down Byzantine treasures, study reveals

The Observer 09 Apr 2024
The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge. “This was such an exciting discovery,” said Rory Naismith, a professor of early medieval English history at the University of Cambridge, one of the academics behind the study.
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Medieval England’s Sudden Silver Currency Conversion Solved

Ancient Origins 09 Apr 2024
This discovery, spearheaded by Professor Rory Naismith of the University of Cambridge, centers on the analysis of early medieval silver coins from the Fitzwilliam Museum.
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Astex Pharmaceuticals Announce Key Data Presentations At The American Association For Cancer Research (AACR) 2024 ...

MENA FN 03 Apr 2024
(MENAFN - GlobeNewsWire - Nasdaq) CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom, April 03, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Astex Pharmaceuticals, a pharmaceutical company based in Cambridge, UK, dedicated to the discovery and ... .

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