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Posted on Tuesday 10th of March 2015

Open-access research into drug discovery has arrived in South America, with a ground-breaking collaboration between leading scientists in North America, Europe and Brazil to provide completely free and open research results to the world.

A $4.3-million (USD) grant from the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) plus an in-kind contribution of US$ 1.9 million by The University of Campinas (UNICAMP), totalling US$ 6,2 million, will establish Brazil’s first open-access research facility, the Protein Kinase Chemical Biology Centre at the UNICAMP in Brazil.

Posted on Friday 27th of February 2015

Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) is one of the rarest and most disabling genetic conditions known. The University of Oxford is one of the few places in the world where this disease is being researched, with support from donations.

Posted on Thursday 26th of February 2015

GMEC is pleased to announce the signing of the first collaborative research projects to be launched under theGMEC/Pfizer Rare Diseases agreement which was announced in 2014.

Posted on Wednesday 25th of February 2015

A new Drug Discovery Institute in Oxford focusing on finding new medicines for Azheimer’s is being funded by Alzheimer’s Research UK. The SGC will play a major role in this Institute, providing our expertise in protein production, protein crystallography and medicinal chemistry.

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Posted on Monday 15th of December 2014

TORONTO, ON (December 9, 2014) — Dr. Aled Edwards, co-founder and CEO of 

Posted on Monday 24th of November 2014

$2 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation furthers existing research on malaria and TB

Toronto, ON --Almost $2 million is being invested by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to help fight major parasitic diseases of the developing world.

Posted on Tuesday 11th of November 2014

As part of the International Year of Crystallography, the NDM at the University of Oxford has produced a four part documentary explaining how the field of structural biology has developed over the past 100 years, Oxford’s involvement in that development, and where we go from here. In the fourth part of this documentary

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