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Mismatch recognition by echinomycin may be harnessed for cancer detection

Mismatch recognition by echinomycin may be harnessed for cancer detection

Michael Waring, and collaborators in Taiwan, have published a new paper in the journal Nucleic Acids Research on the recognition of T:T mismatches by echinomycin.

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p53 impairs CRISPR/Cas9 in healthy cells

p53 impairs CRISPR/Cas9 in healthy cells

The Taipale Group, and their collaborators, have published a new paper in Nature Medicine that may improve the efficiency of CRISPR in non-tumorigenic cells.

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Jo Rees receives Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Jo Rees receives Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Dr Jo Rees has completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (PGCTLHE) at the University of Cambridge.

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Stephen Dolan shortlisted for Young Microbiologist of the Year Competition

Stephen Dolan shortlisted for Young Microbiologist of the Year Competition

Dr Stephen Dolan from the Welch Group has been shortlisted for the Sir Howard Dalton Young Microbiologist of the Year 2018 competition.

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Cambridge Glycoscience receives Agri-Tech grant to disrupt the sugar industry

Cambridge Glycoscience receives Agri-Tech grant to disrupt the sugar industry

Cambridge Glycoscience has been awarded an Eastern Agri-Tech Research, Development and Prototyping Fund grant to develop their natural sugar alternative.

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A handful of transcription factors confer a hierarchical gene expression landscape

A handful of transcription factors confer a hierarchical gene expression landscape

The Taipale Group have published a new paper in Nature Biotechnology on the pattern of regulatory interactions involved in gene expression.

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DNA-targeting Molecules as Therapeutic Agents: a new book edited by Michael Waring

DNA-targeting Molecules as Therapeutic Agents: a new book edited by Michael Waring

Professor Michael Waring has edited a new book, published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, entitled "DNA-targeting molecules as therapeutic agents".

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Markus Ralser Farewell Lecture

Markus Ralser Farewell Lecture

Friday 18th May, 4pm in the Sanger Building Lecture Theatre.

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David-Paul Minde wins Thermo Scientific TMT Gold Research Award

David-Paul Minde wins Thermo Scientific TMT Gold Research Award

We are very pleased to announce that Dr David-Paul Minde has won the 2018 Thermo Scientific TMT Research Award (Gold Level).

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