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Researchers measure ageing process in young adults

Researchers measure ageing process in young adults

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A research team from King's College London and Duke University in the United States has found that the process of ageing is already highly variable among people still in their twenties and thirties, and that those who age more rapidly already show signs of physical decline in their thirties.
How to rule a gene galaxy

How to rule a gene galaxy

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Researchers from the MRC CDN and the USA describe a wide-area regulatory mechanism for neuronal differentiation.
Partner violence more likely among people with mental illness

Partner violence more likely among people with mental illness

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Men and women with a pre-existing mental disorder are two to five times more likely to have experienced emotional, physical or sexual violence at the hands of their partner than those without a mental illness, according to new research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London.
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Eating like a human: cucinivory & the comparative physiology of digestion

Eating like a human: cucinivory & the comparative physiology of digestion

Date
8 Jul 2015
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Guy's campus, SE1 1UL
Description
This Wolfson Centre for Age-Related Diseases seminar will be presented by Professor John Furness of Melbourne University, and hosted by Professor Helen Cox.
Biomarker Porn: How and why the US NIMH encourages faulty biomarker research

Biomarker Porn: How and why the US NIMH encourages faulty biomarker research

Date
9 Jul 2015
Location
Denmark Hill Campus, MRC SGDP Centre, Rooms A & B, SE5 8AF
Description
This Biomedical Research Centre seminar will be presented by James Coyne, 2015 Carnegie Centenary Visiting Professor at University of Stirling.
Book launch: Brain Renaissance by Dr Marco Catani and Stefano Sandrone

Book launch: Brain Renaissance by Dr Marco Catani and Stefano Sandrone

Date
13 Jul 2015
Location
Gordon Museum Guy's Campus, Hodgkin Building, London, SE1 1UL
Description
Clinical Neuroanatomy Seminars presents the book launch of Brain Renaissance – From Vesalius to Modern Neuroscience by Dr Marco Catani and Stefano Sandrone.
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