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The One Nucleus blog is written by individuals and is not necessarily a reflection of the views held by One Nucleus.

Digital Health, the Embassy, Russia and the Future

The Department for International Trade (DIT) is a specialised government body with the responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting inward investment. DIT initiated the 1st International Digital Health Conference in Moscow, April 2017. A strong UK … Continue reading

Posted in June 2017 | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Uncovering Biological Computation

Biological computation is the information-processing that cells carry out to make the myriad of decisions required to grow and sustain life. Uncovering what this computation is, remains far from trivial – cells are infuriatingly complex, they are noisy, run multiple … Continue reading

Posted in May 2017 | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Why Life Sciences Innovators Need to Build the Right Teams

Great innovation needs great leadership. The late, great Steve Jobs said: “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” So, when it comes to spotting opportunities in the exciting cross-over fields of life sciences, technology, and consumer applications, the right … Continue reading

Posted in May 2017 | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

One Nucleus Input to the Industrial Strategy

OPEN LETTER Dear One Nucleus members and esteemed readers As many of you will know, the British Government launched a Green Paper for wide consultation regarding its future Industrial Strategy. One Nucleus is delighted that at least 3 of the … Continue reading

Posted in November 2011 | Leave a comment

What is Neurodiversity and what are the effects on Cambridge business when the NHS and local authority do not address dyslexia and Asperger Syndrome in adult life.

I write this blog to share a personal story of some of my experiences and knowledge gained after a later life diagnosis of Dyslexia and Asperger syndrome in Cambridge. What does Neurodiversity mean? A recent research paper published by ACAS … Continue reading

Posted in March 2017 | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Need to recruit multilingual, creative problem solvers experienced in working in teams and on a wide variety of challenges?

Go Dutch. In 2015, Sophianum school in Gulpen were keen to work with a life sciences research centre in Cambridge. Harriet Fear, CEO of OneNucleus was approached and she worked hard to find an appropriate partner which would commit to … Continue reading

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Unlocking the Power of Genomics

The speed of Next Generation Sequencing now enables us to read every letter of every gene from DNA samples of patients in medical research. This is a significant advance on previous technology, which could only detect common differences between people … Continue reading

Posted in December 2016, November 2011 | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment