US immunotherapy company, Aduro Biotech, headquartered in Berkeley, California, has promoted Hans van Eenennaam to executive vp of antibody research and site head of Aduro Biotech Europe.
In presenting an account of the origins of science, this work endorses what is now referred to the ‘scientific method’.
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