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Prince Charles attends opening of AstraZeneca’s state-of-the-art Discovery Centre in Cambridge

The Times/The Sunday Times 23 Nov 2021
The Discovery Centre in Cambridge, or Disc as it has been dubbed because of its structure, will accommodate more than 2,200 research scientists and its “open, ...
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Britain’s Prince Charles to open new AstraZeneca research centre

Metro USA 23 Nov 2021
Earlier this year, AstraZeneca completed the $39 billion purchase of rare-disease specialist Alexion. “Our new Discovery Centre in Cambridge raises the bar for sustainable R&D and global collaboration across our industry,” Chief Executive Pascal Soriot said in a statement ... ($1 = 0.7454 pounds) ... .
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Britain's Prince Charles to open new AstraZeneca research centre

Reuters 23 Nov 2021
read more ... Register. Earlier this year, AstraZeneca completed the $39 billion purchase of rare-disease specialist Alexion. read more. "Our new Discovery Centre in Cambridge raises the bar for sustainable R&D and global collaboration across our industry," Chief Executive Pascal Soriot said in a statement ... Register ... Our Standards ... ....
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UK’s use of AZ vaccine for older people ‘may have limited hospital admissions’

Belfast Telegraph 23 Nov 2021
It comes as the chief investigator behind the vaccine said Covid-19 is “no longer a disease of the vaccinated” ... / ... PA. / ... / ... It comes as the Prince of Wales is set to open a new AstraZeneca research facility in Cambridge. The £1 billion Discovery Centre, which will accommodate over 2,200 research scientists, is located in the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.
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Revealed: How Lord Salisbury hid rape by his British consul in Benin

The Observer 21 Nov 2021
Now that pressure is set to intensify following the discovery of damning evidence that the then prime minister covered up a rape and other atrocities committed by one of his own officials in the region ... Last month, Cambridge University became the first UK institution to officially repatriate a Benin bronze, a cockerel.
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The Armagh woman who made one of the greatest astronomical discoveries of 20th century

The Irish Times 19 Nov 2021
When Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell “stumbled on something new” during her PhD studies at Cambridge University, she was about to make what the Royal Society called “one of the greatest astronomical discoveries of the 20th century... the discovery in 1967 at the University of Cambridge.
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Aldi reveals its profits, PTSB takes on regulator, and why State is to blame for latest Covid surge

The Irish Times 19 Nov 2021
Joe Brennan has the details ... Laura Slattery has the full breakdown, here ... Today’s Wild Geese features Armagh-born Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell who, when she “stumbled on something new” during her PhD studies at Cambridge University, was about to make what the Royal Society called “one of the greatest astronomical discoveries of the 20th century” ... .
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A Chinese firm was harvesting millions of Amazon customers' data and selling it to Amazon's ...

Business Insider 18 Nov 2021
Wired likened it to Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal when people's data was secretly scraped ... As Wired pointed out, the discovery is somewhat like Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal, when the data firm harvested millions of users' data without their knowledge to influence the 2016 US presidential election ... "It was really unmitigated." ... ....
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Obituary: 'Unsung hero' of science laid the ground work for epoch DNA discovery

Canoe 16 Nov 2021
Her death has renewed calls that she be formally recognized — both at Cambridge University and in Canada — for her contribution to one of science’s greatest discoveries ... And while Lindsey’s contemporary at Cambridge, Rosalind Franklin, has now been recognized for her contribution ...
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An overlooked fossil turned out to be a new herbivorous dinosaur with an oddly shaped nose

Popular Science 12 Nov 2021
John Sibbick ... [Related ... “There has always been a tendency to potentially artificially exaggerate the number of ‘species,’”says David Norman, an iguanodontian expert at Cambridge University who wasn’t involved in writing the paper, “In the sense that any fresh discovery has the potential to be unique and therefore something new to science.” ... .
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Caraway Therapeutics to Present at Two Upcoming Investor Conferences

The Marshall News Messenger 10 Nov 2021
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 10, 2021-- ... Caraway’s Chief Executive Officer, Martin D ... The company is backed by top-tier investors, including SV Health Investors, AbbVie Ventures, MRLV Fund, Amgen Ventures, Dementia Discovery Fund, Alexandria Venture Investments and Eisai Innovation. Caraway is based in Cambridge, MA ... CONTACT. Media Contact..
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UAE: Tiny robot farmer sows hope at Global Grad Show in Dubai

Gulf News 09 Nov 2021
Dubai ... Among the Global Grad Show initiatives is the MENA Grad Show ... This year’s physical exhibition feature 60 projects from 29 universities across 10 countries ... A.R.M ... An AI-enabled drug discovery system specialised in cardiovascular disease. (University of Cambridge, UK) A ball that can detect sign of life in areas affected by natural disasters ... .
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The Secret of Life by Howard Markel review – science and misogyny

The Observer 07 Nov 2021
“On February 28, 1953, shortly after the chapel bells struck noon, two men hurtled down a stairwell of Cambridge University’s Cavendish Physics Laboratory ... What important discoveries might we still be waiting for today because of a publish-or-perish culture?.
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HitGen and Cambridge Molecular announce a strategic partnership, bringing together DNA-Encoded Libraries and Deep Learning

The Marshall News Messenger 05 Nov 2021
(688222.SH) and Cambridge Molecular are pleased to announce an exclusive alliance, introducing DeepDELve 2 – Cambridge Molecular’s highly optimised DEL-specific deep learning system – as an addition to HitGen’s world-leading DEL discovery platform, with over 1 trillion drug-like small molecules.
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bit.bio Raises in Excess of $100 Million in First Close of Series B Financing

The Marshall News Messenger 05 Nov 2021
CAMBRIDGE, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 5, 2021-- ... bit.bio team at Cambridge Headquarters on the Babraham Campus ... Bit.bio was founded in 2016 by Dr Mark Kotter from his labs at Cambridge University after his discovery of the opti-ox technology ... The company now has over 130 employees and is headquartered in Cambridge, UK and San Francisco, US.
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