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X01 and beyond – fortune favours the prepared mind

Hear how Professor Jim Huntington (founder X01 Ltd) worked with Cambridge Enterprise to form spin out X01 and later ApcinteX and Z Factor - talk followed by a Q&A.
When Jun 08, 2017
from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM
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On Thursday 8th June, in light of their 10th anniversary celebrations, Cambridge Enterprise will be holding the first in a series of Roadshow events showcasing some of the most prominent research that has spun out of the university.

These events are open to academics and postdocs alike from all departments.

X01 and beyond – fortune favours the prepared mind: a talk by Professor Jim Huntington followed by Q&A

X01 developed ichorcumab, a recombinant human antibody that prevents thrombosis without promoting bleeding.

The potential is vast: preventing blood clots without causing excessive bleeding could avert millions of deaths from heart attack and stroke every year.

Outline for the evening:

  • 6-6:20pm (Arrival, networking and refreshments)
  • 6:20-7:15pm (talk/presentation with Professor Jim Huntington)
  • 7:15-7:30pm (Q&A)
  • 7:30-8pm (Networking & refreshments).

This event is free to attend but please register here.

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