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Dr Chun Ann Huang awarded ERC starting grant to continue energy storage project at Research Complex

13 Dec 2022

Dr Chun Ann Huang, Senior Lecturer in Energy Storage Materials at Imperial College London, has been awarded a grant from the European Research Council (ERC) to continue her work here at Research Complex, on optimising energy storage materials in order to improve battery efficiency. This starting grant will enable Dr Huang to investigate energy materials,…

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Research Complex Group Leader Jacqui Cole to deliver Royal Society Clifford Paterson Lecture

01 Nov 2022

Professor Jacqueline Cole, Group Leader of Molecular Engineering at Research Complex at Harwell will be delivering the Royal Society’s Clifford Paterson Lecture today after winning the medal in 2020. Jacqui holds a joint appointment between ISIS Neutron and Muon Source and Cambridge University. Her lecture will be entitled ‘Data-driven Materials Discovery’ and will be presented…

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Research Complex welcomes NanoVation Therapeutics

31 Oct 2022

Research Complex at Harwell are delighted to welcome NanoVation Therapeutics, a delivery technology company developing the next-generation of lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) that will enable and expand the widespread application of gene medicines. The environment and expertise at Research Complex, and across the Harwell campus, gives NanoVation a unique opportunity to study LNPs at unprecedented detail…

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NeoVac joins Research Complex

25 May 2022

Research Complex at Harwell is delighted to welcome NeoVac Ltd. who have started their experimental work on the next generation of mRNA vaccines here at our life sciences laboratories. NeoVac is a spin off from Tel Aviv University and Professor Dan Peer’s Lab with a unique IP for Lipid Nanoparticles. Their objective is to develop…

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Research scientists win top poster and presentation prizes at British Crystallographic Association conference

28 Apr 2022

Research scientists based at the Research Complex at Harwell have won the top poster prizes at this year’s British Crystallographic Association Spring Meeting for their research in antibacterial peptides and bacterial conjugation. Dr Satomi Inaba-Inoue won both the BSG David Blow Poster Prize and BCA Group Poster Prize sponsored by Calibre Scientific, whilst PhD student…

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MRC announces plans to achieve net zero by 2040

14 Mar 2022

The Medical Research Council (MRC) has today announced its environmental sustainability programme to achieve net zero by 2040, as part of the UKRI sustainability strategy, with a 50% reduction by 2030. This comprehensive programme will focus on the MRC’s science estate, laboratory operations, supply chain and horizon scanning and research in practical applications These plans…

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Membrane Protein Laboratory Group at Research Complex wins funding for five years

20 Oct 2021

The Membrane Protein Laboratory (MPL), led by Dr. Andrew Quigley at Diamond Light Source and located at Research Complex at Harwell, has won 1.5M of Wellcome Trust funding to support their research for a further five years. The MPL is one of Diamond’s integrated user facilities, whose focus is to understand the structure of membrane…

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Research Complex welcomes Etcembly

06 Oct 2021

Research Complex at Harwell is delighted to welcome Etcembly, a company assembling the world’s largest immune database. Etcembly is delivering novel solutions to diseases through the synergy of empirical validation and informatics. Its mission is to revolutionise immunotherapy by building a pioneering machine learning platform (EMLy™) to make in silico TCR based drug design a…

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Engineering phase completes as Artemis moves to Research Complex

29 Sep 2021

On Friday 17th September, the Research Complex at Harwell was proud to support a major milestone for the Artemis Laser Facility, when the engineering phase of their upgrade project was officially completed. This momentous occasion was celebrated with food, drinks, tours, and a ceremonial ribbon cutting by Prof. John Collier. The commemoration marked an exciting…

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