Dr John Reader, aged 44, has 18 years' experience within the industry and was formerly Associate Director, Chemical Technologies at Millennium Pharmaceuticals Research and Development Ltd, prior to which he worked with Pharmacopeia Inc. and Cambridge Discovery Chemistry in the provision of high throughput chemistry services to external and internal clients.
John has extensive experience of leading large research teams and in the invention and application of new technologies to the drug-discovery process, with an excellent track record of delivering successful projects to clients and has authored or co-authored many patents and publications. The majority of patents granted to John cover composition of matter discovered in the multiple projects in which he has worked, with further patents covering technological innovations in the field. John is a member of the EPSRC Peer Review College and has a PhD in Chemistry and a BSc in Applied Chemistry.
If you look at the price when that delayed trade from yesterday was made (0.5 to 0.55) it looks like it was a buy. Its showing as a sell because it uses the spread when it was disclosed, not when it was placed.
Once again I calculate 1.7m shares bought. 2.4m shares sold. But 1m sales were a delayed post from yesterday morning. However, there was a 700k sell after cob last night. So more sells than buys since last night and we are up 4.17%.
the thing i love about this share is tim knows where he is going where he wants this share to go ,he has big goals for this share which makes me believe .he will get there in the end 1 day 1month 1 year......the seed has been planted..
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