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Cambridge since 2006. He was previously co-founder and Chief Executive of TTP Ventures, a Cambridge-based venture capital fund specializing in early stage science and technology-based ventures with funding from Boeing, Siemens and financial institutions. From 1989 to 1997, David was Head of TTP Group's Strategy Division. Today, he combines directorships(More)
Knowledge exchange between the arts and humanities and the private, public and third sectors We would like to thank Alexia Hereford, Christopher Walker and others from the Project Steering Group at the AHRC who provided comments on interim reports and earlier drafts of this report. We would also like to acknowledge the support of the many academics and(More)
The clothing industry is regarded as one the most globalised industries of developed economies, yet most studies focus on the geography of production for US firms and pay scant attention to the geography of trade or to other national cases. This paper broadens the perspective to cover the whole network of German and British clothing firms' relationships by(More)
Hypoxic cells in solid tumours are resistant to ionizing radiation and may be refractory to treatment by many chemotherapeutic agents. For these reasons the identification of drugs with selective toxicity towards hypoxic cells is an important objective in cancer chemotherapy. Nitroimidazoles such as misonidazole demonstrate such hypoxia-selective toxicity(More)
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This report has been produced as part of the work of the CIHE-UK~IRC Task Force on Enhancing Value: Getting the Most out of UK Research. The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of the members of the CIHE-UK~IRC 'Enhancing Value' Task Force Steering and Working Groups who also provided helpful feedback on preliminary versions of our(More)
This paper assesses the degree of financial and economic globalisation of British and German pharmaceutical companies during 1990 and 2001 and explores the changing balance between globalisation and national embeddedness. It tries to explain both the much lower degree of globalisation of German as compared to British companies in 1990, as well as their(More)
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