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Beacon Project Collaboration with MedImmune

last modified May 24, 2016 05:37 PM


MedImmune is supporting the Sensor CDT as part of its Beacon project

Researchers from MedImmune and the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology are collaborating on a number of projects in the areas of bio-engineering, -processing and -pharmaceuticals.

This Beacon Project collaboration is part of the pharmaceutical cluster in Cambridge, addressing fundamental questions and challenges in this area.

Research students from the Sensor CDT are part of this collaboration, working on the detection of amyloid proteins and high resolution / high throughput imaging to understand spores and viruses.



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