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20.01.16 Steve Jackson wins 2016 King Faisal International Prize

20.01.16 Steve Jackson wins 2016 King Faisal International Prize

The prestigious King Faisal International Prize for Science has been won jointly by the Gurdon Institute's Steve Jackson and Harvard Medical School's Vamsi Krishna Mootha

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21.12.15 Discovery of new DNA modification by Magda Koziol in the Gurdon lab

21.12.15 Discovery of new DNA modification by Magda Koziol in the Gurdon lab

A paper authored by the Gurdon lab's Magda Koziol in Nature Structural and Molecular Biology suggests that DNA modifications are more diverse than previously thought.

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17.12.15 Miska lab in research team finding evidence for sympatric speciation in fish

17.12.15 Miska lab in research team finding evidence for sympatric speciation in fish

Milan Malinsky from the Miska lab is part of research team finding evidence for sympatric speciation in cichlid fish in Africa's Lake Massoko; published in Science, 18 December 2015 issue.

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16.12.15 How close are we to successfully editing genes in human embryos?

16.12.15 How close are we to successfully editing genes in human embryos?

Azim Surani writes for The Conversation on whether germline research is sufficiently advanced to be combined with new gene editing technology

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11.12.15 NICE approves olaparib (Lynparza) for use by the NHS

11.12.15 NICE approves olaparib (Lynparza) for use by the NHS

NICE has approved olaparib for use by the NHS for certain ovarian cancer patients, bringing the drug to around 400 women per year in England and Wales

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17.10.15 Seeing Closer event at London's Royal Society finds Gurdon Institute microscopes in high demand

17.10.15 Seeing Closer event at London's Royal Society finds Gurdon Institute microscopes in high demand

Gurdon Institute microscopes and staff provided a major feature of the Royal Society's 'Seeing Closer' event as part of the national celebration of drawing

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16.10.15 Daniel Zeichner MP visits Gurdon Institute's Stem Cell Research Centre

16.10.15 Daniel Zeichner MP visits Gurdon Institute's Stem Cell Research Centre

The Gurdon Institute's Rick Livesey hosts a visit by Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner to showcase the ARUK Stem Cell Research Centre.

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07.10.15 Nobel Prize for Chemistry recognises discovery of DNA repair mechanisms

07.10.15 Nobel Prize for Chemistry recognises discovery of DNA repair mechanisms

Chemistry Nobel Prize for groundbreaking research in field of DNA repair is basis for Gurdon Institute therapeutic success

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11.09.15 Jonathon Pines to head up Division of Cancer Biology at ICR

11.09.15 Jonathon Pines to head up Division of Cancer Biology at ICR

Jonathon Pines moves to new role as Head of Division of Cancer Biology at the Institute of Cancer Research, London, on 1st October 2015.

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20.07.15 Ben Simons awarded Royal Society’s Gabor Medal 2015

20.07.15 Ben Simons awarded Royal Society’s Gabor Medal 2015

Interdisciplinary research by Professor Ben Simons of the Gurdon Institute and the Cavendish Laboratory is recognised by award of Gabor Medal from Royal Society

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04.06.15 New publication from Azim Surani’s lab at the Gurdon Institute

04.06.15 New publication from Azim Surani’s lab at the Gurdon Institute

A paper from Azim Surani's group, in the June 2015 issue of Cell, is the first to describe epigenetic reprogramming in the early human germline.

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