Cambridge astrochemist Paul Rimmer was involved in the study.
Its artificial molecule also improved the movement and co-ordination of mice with spinal cord injuries.
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It will provide oncologists with a simple, but highly accurate report on an individual patient’s cancer.
A study involving the Sanger Institute and University of Cambridge explored roll of immune cell steroids.
It would have implications for the global climate, ecosystems and human activities.
It is the latest phase in the mission to create a global broadband network from space.
The science centre enjoyed a jet-powered reopening with an exhibition on the Bloodhound LSR car.
DIOSynVax uses synthetic genes to tackle the coronavirus with its DIOS-CoVax2 vaccine.
Highest scientific honour for vaccinology contribution goes to Wellcome Sanger Institute teacher and researcher
They say there’s no evidence for the concern, once voiced by the World Health Organization.