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Thermo Fisher Scientific and Illumina sign agreement to provide research market broader access to Ion AmpliSeq technology

Thermo Fisher Scientific and Illumina sign agreement to provide research market broader access to Ion AmpliSeq technology

Two EACR Sustaining Members have announced a new agreement to encourage greater collaboration among researchers using Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technology.

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EACR Board member Caroline Dive honoured by the Queen in New Year’s Honours 2018

EACR Board member Caroline Dive honoured by the Queen in New Year’s Honours 2018

In the 2018 New Year’s Honours list EACR Board member Professor Caroline Dive has been named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE).

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New: Michelson Prizes for Human Immunology and Vaccine Research

New: Michelson Prizes for Human Immunology and Vaccine Research

$150,000 prizes for two young investigators applying innovative research concepts and disruptive technologies to advance the development of future vaccines and immunotherapies for major global diseases.

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Launch of the fourth TRANSCAN-2 Joint Transnational Call for Proposals

Launch of the fourth TRANSCAN-2 Joint Transnational Call for Proposals

TRANSCAN-2 is launching its fourth Joint Transnational Call for research proposals (JTC 2017) with a focus on “Translational research on rare cancers”.

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Alberto Bardelli on what it's like to 'trend' on Pubmed

Alberto Bardelli on what it's like to 'trend' on Pubmed

We spoke to EACR President Elect, Alberto Bardelli, about his lab's recent paper that became the number one trending article on PubMed.

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Seed and Soil: In Vivo Models of Metastasis (Berlin, 27-29 November 2017)

Seed and Soil: In Vivo Models of Metastasis (Berlin, 27-29 November 2017)

Metastasis is responsible for over 90% of cancer patient deaths, largely because therapies are generally ineffective against detectable metastatic tumours.

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The most popular genes in the human genome

The most popular genes in the human genome

A fascinating recent news feature published by Nature describes how one US researcher "compiled a list of the most studied genes of all time — a sort of ‘top hits’ of the human genome".

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Protecting the Code: “One of the best meetings I’ve been to”

Protecting the Code: “One of the best meetings I’ve been to”

“I just wanted to write and thank you all for running one of the best meetings I have been to for a very long time! Fabulous science; perfect venue; wonderful interactions; excellent organization!”

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Karen Vousden announced as 2018 winner of prestigious Mike Price Gold Medal Award

Karen Vousden announced as 2018 winner of prestigious Mike Price Gold Medal Award

Karen Vousden has been announced as the winner of the European Association for Cancer Research’s Mike Price Gold Medal Award

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