Unlocking the secrets of a killer
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Unlocking the secrets of a killer

Scientists are making significant progress to improve the testing and treatment of the killer illness…

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Campus is well placed as Northern bioeconomy prepares for strong growth
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Campus is well placed as Northern bioeconomy prepares for strong growth

The bioeconomy in the North of England stands on the cusp of signifigant expansion and…

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Government announces £300 million for landmark ageing society grand challenge
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Government announces £300 million for landmark ageing society grand challenge

10 million Brits alive today can expect to reach 100 and funding will ensure the…

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A lifetime of regular exercise slows down ageing, study finds
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A lifetime of regular exercise slows down ageing, study finds

Researchers at the University of Birmingham and King’s College London have found that staying active…

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New research reveals plant wonderland inside China’s caves
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New research reveals plant wonderland inside China’s caves

• SW China previously unexplored caves contain 418 vascular plants • 31 of the species…

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Antarctic Penguin hotspot discovery fuels need for marine reserve
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Antarctic Penguin hotspot discovery fuels need for marine reserve

Adélie penguins thrive where sea ice persists. Antarctica is not the uniform icy desert it…

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Ancient genome study identifies traces of indigenous “Taíno” in present-day Caribbean populations
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Ancient genome study identifies traces of indigenous “Taíno” in present-day Caribbean populations

A thousand-year-old tooth has provided genetic evidence that the so-called “Taíno”, the first indigenous Americans…

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Study of problems in OCD helps young people unlock their potential at school
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Study of problems in OCD helps young people unlock their potential at school

Adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) have widespread learning and memory problems, according to research published…

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Study in mice suggests personalised stem cell treatment may offer relief for progressive MS
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Study in mice suggests personalised stem cell treatment may offer relief for progressive MS

Scientists have shown in mice that skin cells re-programmed into brain stem cells, transplanted into…

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Shoals of sticklebacks differ in their collective personalities
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Shoals of sticklebacks differ in their collective personalities

Research from the University of Cambridge has revealed that, among schooling fish, groups can have…

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Bioscience sector shows its worth
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Bioscience sector shows its worth

A new study has shown that employment within the US bioscience industry has increased for…

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Study will help treat malaria in pregnant women
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Study will help treat malaria in pregnant women

A four-year study has shown that four available antimalarial treatments are safe to use in…

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Research throws light on racehorse injuries
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Research throws light on racehorse injuries

Scientists at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) are a step closer to preventing the…

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Team unlocks secrets of infections
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Team unlocks secrets of infections

A team led by Oxford University has identified genes that make some children more susceptible…

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companies bring forward new treatments
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companies bring forward new treatments

Despite mixed results for the therapy, drug companies are continuing to seek approval for new…

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Study challenges views on spread of diseases
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Study challenges views on spread of diseases

A study into the way plague spreads through prairie dog colonies in the western United…

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