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Read more at: Driving force behind cellular ‘protein factories’ could have implications for neurodegenerative disease

Driving force behind cellular ‘protein factories’ could have implications for neurodegenerative disease

26 March 2021

Researchers have identified the driving force behind a cellular process linked to neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s and motor neurone disease. In a study published in Science Advances , researchers from the University of Cambridge show that tiny components within the cell are the biological engines behind...


Read more at: Bismoy Mazumder Presents in China

Bismoy Mazumder Presents in China

10 January 2020

On 4 January 2020, Bismoy Mazumder , attended the 2020 Global Annual Leadership Conference, held at the Jiangmen Sports Centre Stadium, in Guangzhou, China. Bismoy gave a research update on the Cambridge Infinitus Research Centre (CIRCE) for the period of 2016-2019. His presentation covered the control of oxidative stress...


Read more at: Infinitus Innovation and Cooperation Forum June 2018

Infinitus Innovation and Cooperation Forum June 2018

17 July 2018

Professor Clemens Kaminski and Professor Alan Tunnacliffe attended the Infinitus Innovation and Cooperation Forum held in Guangzhou in China, which brought together leading scientists in peptide and polysaccharide research from all over the world and included the senior managers from Infinitus and their R&D teams. The...


Read more at: Infinitus top management and business partners visit the CIRCE Centre in Cambridge (September 2017)

Infinitus top management and business partners visit the CIRCE Centre in Cambridge (September 2017)

9 April 2018

On 20 September 2017, a large delegation of business partners from Infinitus China visited the Cambridge Infinitus Research Centre (CIRCE). The visitors included Infinitus CEO Lam Yu and the general manager of Product Development Department Jacky Hu. In total there were ca 230 visitors in what turned out to be a very busy...


Read more at: CIRCE - INFINITUS Technical meeting (May 2017)
Ajay and Meng with year 2 students at Tianhe Hui Jing Elementary School, Guangzhou, China

CIRCE - INFINITUS Technical meeting (May 2017)

10 July 2017

Researchers from the Cambridge Infinitus Research Centre (CIRCE), led by Prof Alan Tunnacliffe and Prof Clemens Kaminski, visited Guangzhou, China in May 2017 for their annual technical meeting with Infinitus (China) Co Ltd. The main objective was to discuss current progress and future directions to identify bioactive...


Read more at: Dr Ajay Mishra appointed as Head of Biology

Dr Ajay Mishra appointed as Head of Biology

9 January 2017

Dr Ajay Mishra has joined the Cambridge Infinitus Research Centre (CIRCE) team as the new Head of Biology. His goal at CIRCE is to investigate the molecular regulation underlying proteostasis and its role in ageing and neurodegeneration. Ajay obtained his D.Phil. in Biochemistry from the University of Oxford where he...


Read more at: 1st CIRCE research meeting

1st CIRCE research meeting

27 September 2016

CIRCE (Cambridge Infinitus Research Centre) has held its first research meeting in the new Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology building in Philippa Fawcett Drive, on the West Cambridge site . Representatives from Infinitus visited Cambridge on 20th September 2016 and met current CIRCE staff to discuss...


Read more at: Visit to the new CEB Department

Visit to the new CEB Department

17 September 2016

In July 2016, representatives from Infinitus visited the lab and office spaces in the new Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, which are being finalised at the West Cambridge site.


Read more at: Cambridge Infinitus Research Centre officially founded

Cambridge Infinitus Research Centre officially founded

12 July 2016

Press release


Read more at: Infinitus joins hands with Cambridge for core active peptide technology

Infinitus joins hands with Cambridge for core active peptide technology

12 July 2016

Press release


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Driving force behind cellular ‘protein factories’ could have implications for neurodegenerative disease

26 March 2021

Researchers have identified the driving force behind a cellular process linked to neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s and motor...