Astex and Multiple Myeloma Research Consortium (MMRC) Announce Start of Phase II Clinical Study of AT7519 in Multiple Myeloma


Cambridge, UK, and Norwalk, Connecticut, USA, 12 August 2010. Astex Therapeutics, the UK-based biotechnology company developing targeted therapies for oncology and virology, and the Multiple Myeloma Research Consortium (MMRC) announced today the initiation of a Phase II clinical trial of the cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) inhibitor, AT7519, to treat patients with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma, an incurable blood cancer. The trial is designed to investigate both single agent and combination activity of AT7519 with bortezomib (Velcade®).






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FREE – Commuter Stand Service


Travel Plan Plus is a European Union funded project run by Travel for Work Partnership on behalf of Cambridgeshire County Council.  This project is located at Cambridge Science park to promote environmentally friendly ways of commuting and travelling. TP+ is offering a free service of coming to your organisation and setting up a breakfast/lunchtime commuter …




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Warning: ITC Group


A company by the name of ITC Group (http://www.itc-groupco.com/) are publicising via their website that they are trading from 23 Cambridge Science Park. We would like to confirm that ITC Group are not known at Cambridge Science Park and that they are currently under investigation by the Police.




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Congrats to Cambridge Cycle Challenge Winners


The Cambridge Cycle Challenge, which took place from 7th – 28th of June was an exciting race with more than 231,000 miles cycles, 2,046 pounds of fat lost and 53,417 kg of CO2 saved.  Cambridge has beaten Oxford again with 131 more new cyclists compared to Oxford’s 117.  Three organisations from the the TP+ area had …




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Cambridge Consultants making a splash in the innovative marine industry


Cambridge, UK –Marine start-up, Green-Tide Turbines (G-TT), has appointed Cambridge Consultants to help with the development of its tidal stream turbines. G-TT promises to revolutionise tidal energy in the same way that jet engines changed the face of aviation. Their turbines use natural water movement to tap energy from the tidal stream, helping to bring …




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