Wellcome Trust invests heavily in major genome campus expansion
Stepping up the transhumanist game.
GENOME CAMPUS EXPANSION
The Wellcome Trust, the Hatchery of Scientism, is once again expanding their world-leading transhumanist efforts.
The group will double the size of its Genome Campus at Cambridge with an estimated $1 billion investment in new research space, homes, infrastructure, and amenities across 315 acres.
The aim is to “secure the campus’s status as a world-leading hub for genomics and biodata.”
Investment for the expansion’s first phase has been approved by the board of Wellcome, one of the world’s biggest funders of biomedical research. This first phase alone will be one of the largest investments in the U.K.’s life sciences infrastructure.
The Wellcome Genome Campus opened in 1994, building on the establishment of the Wellcome Sanger Institute in 1993.
The institute was responsible for sequencing one third of the human genome as a partner in the Human Genome Project.
“The human genome was fully sequenced only 20 years ago, so the fields of genomics and biodata are still in their infancy, making them especially exciting. Breakthroughs in these fast-moving disciplines over the coming years have the potential to revolutionize how we diagnose, treat and prevent illness in the future,” said Julia Gillard, Chair of Wellcome.
Yes, if you didn’t know, our former Prime Minister is the Chair of the Hatchery of Scientism.
The new development — for which Wellcome has allocated “hundreds of millions of pounds”— will reportedly be part of the foundation’s investment portfolio to ‘support its mission of supporting science to solve urgent health challenges’.
Wellcome envisions the campus as “a leading hub for genomic science in Europe, bringing together nearly 3,000 people including employees, PhD students and visiting workers between Sanger, EMBL-EBI and those in a range of specialist roles.”
Gillard hopes the new campus will help to ‘cultivate new discoveries’.
No doubt in direction from the higher priests at the Royal Society, Scientism’s twisted laboratory continues to influence the Churches of Scientism — which all universities have become in the modern age.
THE CULT MOVES
This announcement follows the 2023 International Genome Summit last month, hosted by the Royal Society (the Vatican of Scientism) and international counterparts.
In addition to Cambridge, the Ethox Centre at Oxford Population Health has received a Wellcome award to lead a Discovery Research Platform for Transformative Inclusivity in Ethics and Humanities Research.
The platform will be known as ANTITHESES. It will be a collaboration across the University’s Humanities and Medical Sciences Divisions and with partners in South East Asia, Africa, and at the London-based arts charity culture.
According to Oxford:
“The ANTITHESES Platform for Transformative Inclusivity in Ethics and Humanities will address an urgent need for research able to engage meaningfully with the challenges of a world in which views appear more polarised than ever, disagreements in science, technology and health are profound and often have a moral dimension, and uncertainty about expertise and information is exacerbated by the volume of information and speed of dissemination.“
And this is just in 2023.
The Wellcome Trust, responsible for wings like the Wellcome Leap (known as the “DARPA” of medicine) have long been at the forefront of advances biomedical technology that helps fulfil the Brave New World agenda of the Royal Society.
The Wellcome Leap is partaking in truly disturbing projects, including some that involve mapping the genomes of babies before they reach 1,000 days old. The hope is to see what technologies can assist in ‘preventing’ diseases at early stages.
They are set to invest heavily in green energy, biomedicine, vaccines, education, and more across the decade.
In Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, the hatcheries are the locations where all individuals are genetically engineered to be born on conveyor belts, assigned to classes based on embryo characteristics.
The Epsilon Agenda allows for this type of Designer Baby future to offer full control of birthing process to the ruling class.
And these are the groups that are truly shaping the world towards this blueprint behind the headlines.
Thanks, Julia Gillard. Always knew you were a crook since the Carbon Tax scam.
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2 thoughts on “Wellcome Trust invests heavily in major genome campus expansion”
Your posts reached me at just the right time, Ethan. Here I am in bed, Pixie keeping me warm, just had a nice bath after a tough evening run up Mt Lofty, up to date with UK Column news, The Sunday Wire and Natural News, and looking for more intellectual stimulation before (hopefully) a decent night’s sleep untroubled by nightmares about the “Clown World” we now live in.
Harma, headed by its umbrella, The Hatchery of Scientism, aka The Wellcome Trust, has succeeded, together with pervasive wokery, in debasing two formerly great universities, Cambridge and Oxford. We don’t need the brilliant Alan Turing, also based at Cambridge at the time of his demise, to decode the statement “…boost science in UK and health globally.” It is Orwellian Newspeak for “enhance pseudoscience/scientism and increase global iatrogenic morbidity and mortality.”
I expect “The Wellcome Leap” will have more in common with Mao’s “Great Leap Forward”, which is estimated to have killed at least 50 million people, than with any increase in genuine health of the global-parasites’ despised “Human 1.0” populace.