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World of Genomics: Australia

Known for wild landscapes and distinctive wildlife, Australia is one of the largest countries in the world. Australia has a […]

Neural stem cells from fat tissue offer a cell source for regenerative medicine

A team of scientists from Harvard Medical School have discovered a new population of easily accessible neural stem cells in […]

Mice live longer with nasal gene therapy

Healthy human life expansion has long been relegated to the realm of science fiction. New research harnessing an endemic virus […]

Exploring the Origin of the Brain’s Immune System

Written by Bethany Hoernfeldt, Science Writer New discoveries made by researchers shed light on the origin of the brain’s immune […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: The Genetics of Speech and Language – Dianne Newbury, Senior Lecturer

Dr Dianne Newbury is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher at Oxford Brookes University, UK. Dianne’s research focusses on speech and […]

Patient Perspectives: Peter Coleman, Independent Researcher and Full-time Carer

Peter Coleman is an independent researcher and full-time carer with a background in sound, TV, film and special effects. Both […]

Potential ALS treatment in clinical trial

An exciting new study has identified a potential new treatment for ALS. Now in a phase three clinical trial, researchers […]

Round-Up: COVID-19 January (Part Two)

Check out your fortnightly COVID-19 round-up – full of the latest news and research surrounding the novel coronavirus. Statistics At […]

Supermeres: the newly discovered distinct extracellular nanoparticle

Researchers have discovered distinct extracellular nanoparticles, termed supermeres, that have the potential to act as circulating biomarkers and therapeutic targets […]

The gene behind skull development

Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have identified a gene that controls how the skull is […]