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Share Price: 58.01Bid: 58.01Ask: 58.07Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.06Spread as %: 0.10%Open: 58.06High: 58.61Low: 57.90Yesterday’s Close: 58.01


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mick-b
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RE: Good Research
Fri 22:09
Thanks Gino73,
I was referring to projects that led to major UK discoveries as shown below. Unable to find who funded this work at
Leicester but clearly it wasn't from industry ...suspect it came from funds allocated to Leicester
EXTRACT:-

Sir Alec was allowed a significant amount of freedom to pursue his field of interest at Leicester, and he decided to focus on the inherited variation of genes, in particular, DNA. In 1977, he discovered inherited DNA variation in one of his lab technicians.
In an interview with the University of Leicester, Sir Alec describes the discovery of the first genetic fingerprint thus: "My life changed on Monday morning at 9.05 am, 10 September 1984. What emerged was the world's first genetic fingerprint. In science it is unusual to have such a 'eureka' moment.

Cheers
 
wisdom
Posts: 549
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My prediction for nxt week
Fri 21:18
Is for Lloyds to hit 66.5p - which is where I think they should be. They are oversold and marked down too much and are not seeing fair value. I am not one of the £1 brigade but these have to be worth another 12% gain. Especially as a lot of the current indicators are pretty much okay... :)
Gino73
Posts: 84
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Good Research
Fri 21:10
Mick-b, Universities and other scientific projects are also fund assisted by commerce as are some of the participating 'students'.. Surely any subsidies received from EU are monies paid by the UK taxpayer and returned after a substantial deduction by EU. I can't really believe that our government faced with the 'new world' opportunities facing us post brexit are to remove funding from any project which may enrich the country.

Tartan Lady - My Mam always said 'just God moving the furniture'. Since it's now weekend is this a worthwhile philosophical point? Whilst now agnostic, I always though of Angels as nice/benevolent but God as stern/disciplinarian!
Liberalman
Posts: 794
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RE: Liberalman
Fri 20:02
No need for me to vacate brandy boy... the Council has given me a place that can happily house 3 - 5 families. That is once they've finished installing a sauna and jacuzzi room for my 'bad back'. All because I'm a foreign born immigrant who can't speak English. Eat your heart out. Is your house free for their use? :-)
mick-b
Posts: 446
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RE: good research
Fri 15:44
Industry will not fund these research projects hence the need for Government funding faithfully promised by both sides.
Most projects are undertaken by universities and other scientific institutions.
Their remit is not necessarily one of profit but various exploration/research to understand any aspect
that could indeed led to a breakthrough discovery and its commercialisation by industry.
These nebulous unquantifiable search projects are the lifeblood of all good creative science...
Reducing them to the lottery of their potential commercialisation value as you suggest is madness.
Cheers
bransonbull
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Brent 50.42
Fri 15:41
calisto
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good research
Fri 15:05
will always find the funding regardless of whether we are in or out. Funding is a commercial decision not some form of largesse
mick-b
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RE: Liberalman
Fri 13:35
It's whether our own EU payments re-directed to fund UK science research projects will continue to be fully funded directly by the UK upon it's final exit.
It's not a given...and that's of great concern to a high tech. and world leader of innovation.
Especially since ALL current EU contributions are promised to fund the NHS.....Remember!
mick-b
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RE: Liberalman
Fri 13:23
It's whether our own EU payments re-directed to fund UK science research projects will continue to be fully funded directly by the UK upon it's final exit.
It's not a given...and that's of great concern to a high tech. and world leader of innovation.

Cheers
rbrand
Posts: 1,576
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Price:58.42
Liberalman
Fri 12:49
That your only response is to be childish says all.Since they have same rights as you to live in your house you say ? Why dont you vacate, move abroad.
Anywhere!
OK mick, but where do you think the EU gets its funding ?




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