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Cambridge University: Timeline of key events
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|2012||John Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka win the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery that mature cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent stem cells||Gurdon, Yamanaka||Cambridge University, Kyoto University||Stem cells|
|Jun 2012||DNA sequencing helps identify the source of an MRSA outbreak in a neornatal intensive care unit||Peacock, Parkhill||Cambridge University, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute||Sequencing DNA|
|Sep 2013||Campath-1H gains marketing approval for the treatment of MS.||Waldmann, Compston, Coles||Cambridge University||Campath|
|19 Nov 2013||Sanger, the inventor of DNA sequencing, died at the age of 95||Sanger||Cambridge||Sequencing DNA|
|03 Mar 2017||Cambridge scientists report the development of an aritificial mouse embryo using stem cells||University of Cambridge||Stem cells, Reproduction|
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