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Glencore gets into COVID-19 vaccine hunt

QUEENSLAND coal, copper, zinc and lead miner Glencore has dealt itself into the hunt for a COVID-19 vaccine with a $725,000 donation to the University of Queensland.

Glencore has put $725,000 towards a UQ COVID-19 vaccine project.

Glencore has put $725,000 towards a UQ COVID-19 vaccine project.

The funds are being put towards UQ's Molecular Clamp project, which uses technology that ensures the vaccine induces an immune response that recognises and then neutralises the virus. A Phase 1 clinical...

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