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A project which aims to map the genetic codes of 100,000 people with cancer or rare diseases "will see the UK lead the world in genetic research within years", David Cameron has declared. It is hoped that the research will facilitate the development of targeted forms of treatment, with medical experts predicting it coul...
George Freeman said the Government's announcement today that £300m was being invested in a DNA project to map the genetic codes of 100,000 people meant Britain was "...
The outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa does not pose a direct risk to the UK, the Foreign Secretary has said. Speaking after an emergency Cobra meeting, P...
Science and Technology Committee press release More action is needed to ensure that variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD), the human form of bovine spongiform ...
Labour press release Chuka Umunna MP, Labour's Shadow Business Secretary, commenting on the report of independent UK Digital Skills Taskforce published today, sai...
Department for Business, Innovation he met with Southsea Coffee – a family run coffee shop set up in 2013 – to hear how the business is going from strength to streng...
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