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chroniclelive
£20m Science Central laboratory complex in Newcastle city centre set for approvallocation on Science Central unlocks the opportunity for the facility to grow al
£20m Science Central laboratory complex in Newcastle city centre set for approval
chroniclelive / Posted 11 hours ago
location on Science Central unlocks the opportunity for the facility to grow alongside other private and public sector businesses and institutions that are migrating to science city as part of the continued expansion of Newcastle... Read more
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chroniclelive
See how schoolboy is wowing concert-goers with his piano skillswho moved to the North East from Costa Rica last year. The 56-year-old, of Sou
See how schoolboy is wowing concert-goers with his piano skills
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
who moved to the North East from Costa Rica last year. The 56-year-old, of South Gosforth, who is completing a PhD at Newcastle University, said: “We started taking Ali to piano lessons when he was four and he took to it naturally. He played... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Like mother, like child: Mother's DNA may affect ageingconcerning mtDNA replacement," said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institu
Like mother, like child: Mother's DNA may affect ageing
Decclan Chronicle / Posted yesterday
concerning mtDNA replacement," said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University. Stem cell researcher Dusko Ilic of King's College, London described the results as "fascinating and... Read more
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Daily Record
Doc backs wounded war hero's call for cannabis to be legalised for pain reliefAnd brain injury expert Professor Mike Barnes, of Newcastle University, said: “
Doc backs wounded war hero's call for cannabis to be legalised for pain relief
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
And brain injury expert Professor Mike Barnes, of Newcastle University, said: “Callum’s case shows how cannabis can be beneficial for chronic pain. Pictured with his wife Laura who he married in hospital after the injury “It is very useful.... Read more
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chroniclelive
What student accommodation can I get on my budget in Newcastle?- pop up for around £230-260 a month, without bills. But you tend to get less f
What student accommodation can I get on my budget in Newcastle?
chroniclelive / Posted 3 days ago
- pop up for around £230-260 a month, without bills. But you tend to get less for your money in Newcastle’s posher areas. Newcastle University students can apply to stay at the £83.30 a week St Mary’s College, in Fenham with bills included. For... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Thetford hosts special ceremony to mark first twinning of sites linked by archeological heritageinternational conference on flint and obsidian took place on July 15 at The Car
Thetford hosts special ceremony to mark first twinning of sites linked by archeological heritage
Bury Free Press / Posted 3 days ago
international conference on flint and obsidian took place on July 15 at The Carnegie Room, in Thetford, featuring speakers from the British Museum, the University of Tokyo, Meiji University, Newcastle University and the University of East... Read more
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Farming Life
Maximising your grazing efficiencydepends on making full use of it, writes David Morgan, of Caltech-Crystalyx. I
Maximising your grazing efficiency
Farming Life / Posted 3 days ago
depends on making full use of it, writes David Morgan, of Caltech-Crystalyx. Independent trial work carried out at Newcastle University has shown that Crystalyx increases the rate of forage digestion by rumen bacteria (by up to 16%). This... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
DPUK brings organisations together to tackle dementia across the UKscanners to be installed at Cambridge University, Edinburgh University, Imperia
DPUK brings organisations together to tackle dementia across the UK
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
scanners to be installed at Cambridge University, Edinburgh University, Imperial College London, Manchester University and Newcastle University. Two existing PET-MRI systems located at Kings College London and University College London will also be... Read more
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Horncastle Today
First Responders to get in the saddle and save lives in Lincolnshirea push bike in the city centre. The cycle response unit is the brainchild of L
First Responders to get in the saddle and save lives in Lincolnshire
Horncastle Today / Posted 4 days ago
a push bike in the city centre. The cycle response unit is the brainchild of LIVES First Responder and medical student at Newcastle University, Steven Price. Steven noticed that it was difficult for emergency services to navigate the city centre,... Read more
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Louth Leader
First Responders to get in the saddle and save lives in Lincolnshirea push bike in the city centre. The cycle response unit is the brainchild of L
First Responders to get in the saddle and save lives in Lincolnshire
Louth Leader / Posted 4 days ago
a push bike in the city centre. The cycle response unit is the brainchild of LIVES First Responder and medical student at Newcastle University, Steven Price. Steven noticed that it was difficult for emergency services to navigate the city centre,... Read more
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chroniclelive
Watch a sunny day of Newcastle University graduations ... and then the delugeAfter years of study - and a little fun too we hope - happy Newcastle Universit
Watch a sunny day of Newcastle University graduations ... and then the deluge
chroniclelive / Posted 4 days ago
After years of study - and a little fun too we hope - happy Newcastle University students received their degrees in a week of sunny ceremonies ... until yesterday! Thousands of proud students of all ages, wearing their caps and gowns, took their... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Michael Chamberlain: 'I wouldn't wish my life on anyone'said things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had e
Michael Chamberlain: 'I wouldn't wish my life on anyone'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
said things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had enabled him to return to work at Newcastle University about seven months ago. "I'm starting to regain my strength. It's a wonderful success story, really,"... Read more
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Herald Sun
Ex hits back at Lindy Chamberlainsaid things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had e
Ex hits back at Lindy Chamberlain
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
said things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had enabled him to return to work at Newcastle University about seven months ago. “I’m starting to regain my strength. It’s a wonderful success story, really,”... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Ex hits back at Lindy Chamberlainsaid things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had e
Ex hits back at Lindy Chamberlain
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
said things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had enabled him to return to work at Newcastle University about seven months ago. “I’m starting to regain my strength. It’s a wonderful success story, really,”... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Ex hits back at Chamberlainsaid things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had e
Ex hits back at Chamberlain
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
said things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had enabled him to return to work at Newcastle University about seven months ago. “I’m starting to regain my strength. It’s a wonderful success story, really,”... Read more
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Perth Now
Ex hits back at Chamberlainsaid things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had e
Ex hits back at Chamberlain
Perth Now / Posted 5 days ago
said things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had enabled him to return to work at Newcastle University about seven months ago. “I’m starting to regain my strength. It’s a wonderful success story, really,”... Read more
12 related stories
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The Courier Mail
Ex hits back at Chamberlainsaid things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had e
Ex hits back at Chamberlain
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
said things were looking up thanks to National Disability Insurance which had enabled him to return to work at Newcastle University about seven months ago. “I’m starting to regain my strength. It’s a wonderful success story, really,”... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Talented young musicians earn places in Keldwyth finalsof the prestigious Keldwyth Cumbrian Young Musicians Award. Drummer Harry Stil
Talented young musicians earn places in Keldwyth finals
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
of the prestigious Keldwyth Cumbrian Young Musicians Award. Drummer Harry Still, 18, of Burton-in-Kendal, is studying at Newcastle University, while Kendal violinist Heather Storer, 21, is a student at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Cellist... Read more
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chroniclelive
Lindisfarne's Billy Mitchell's charity abseil after surviving cancerhospitals in Newcastle and Sunderland were not the only ones proving they had a
Lindisfarne's Billy Mitchell's charity abseil after surviving cancer
chroniclelive / Posted 8 days ago
hospitals in Newcastle and Sunderland were not the only ones proving they had a head for heights. Dental students from Newcastle University also took part alongside a pub team called Angel Flyers from The Angel in Corbridge and friends and... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle University to splash out £30m on new sports facilitiesNewcastle University is set to splash out £30m on new state-of-the-art sports f
Newcastle University to splash out £30m on new sports facilities
chroniclelive / Posted 10 days ago
Newcastle University is set to splash out £30m on new state-of-the-art sports facilities. It will mean an extensive revamp of its existing sports centre at the Richardson Road which will get an eight court sports hall, four squash courts, a strength... Read more
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chad
How mountain runner Emmie conquered her fear to be the best in Europeat Jospeh Whitaker School, Rainworth, and the sixth-form at Ashfield School, Ki
How mountain runner Emmie conquered her fear to be the best in Europe
chad / Posted 10 days ago
at Jospeh Whitaker School, Rainworth, and the sixth-form at Ashfield School, Kirkby, Emmie took German and Dutch at Newcastle University, where she joined Gosforth Harriers in Newcastle to compete in the local cross-country scene. As she... Read more
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Northern Echo
Medical undergraduates no longer to be trained in Stockton following agreement between leading universitiesUniversity’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stuart Corbridge said: “We value our cl
Medical undergraduates no longer to be trained in Stockton following agreement between leading universities
Northern Echo / Posted 11 days ago
University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stuart Corbridge said: “We value our close working relationship with Newcastle University and the transfer of the School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health will ensure a sustainable and effective... Read more
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Northern Echo
School of medicine on the moveUniversity’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stuart Corbridge said: “We value our cl
School of medicine on the move
Northern Echo / Posted 12 days ago
University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stuart Corbridge said: “We value our close working relationship with Newcastle University and the transfer of the School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health will ensure a sustainable and effective... Read more
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Northern Echo
Farming stalwarts and stars of the future honoured with accoladesKate Hodgson, of Grosmont, near Whitby and Joe Campbell, of Wingate, who has re
Farming stalwarts and stars of the future honoured with accolades
Northern Echo / Posted 12 days ago
Kate Hodgson, of Grosmont, near Whitby and Joe Campbell, of Wingate, who has received a first class agriculture degree from Newcastle University, medals for being among the best students in the region. A ceremony at the show heard Miss Hodgson had... Read more
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chroniclelive
10 people you might not know are Newcastle graduatesSunderland. He earned a First Class BA Honours in Architectural Studies and a
10 people you might not know are Newcastle graduates
chroniclelive / Posted 12 days ago
Sunderland. He earned a First Class BA Honours in Architectural Studies and a Certificate in Architectural Practice from Newcastle University and in December 2015 he received an honorary degree from Northumbria University.Bryan Ferry • Bryan... Read more
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metro
Brit teen 'ignored by locals' as he lay dying in Moroccan ravinewould go near him as they would be liable if he was taken to hospital,’ said Tr
Brit teen 'ignored by locals' as he lay dying in Moroccan ravine
metro / Posted 12 days ago
would go near him as they would be liable if he was taken to hospital,’ said Tracie Stringer, Luke’s mother.Luke went to Newcastle University (Picture: MEN)Luke with his brother Joel (Picture: MEN) ‘That’s terrible.’ Luke, who went to Newcastle... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Manchester voted one of best UK cities for student nightlifeamong undergraduates for clubbing. Northumbria University in Newcastle was nam
Manchester voted one of best UK cities for student nightlife
Manchester Evening News / Posted 12 days ago
among undergraduates for clubbing. Northumbria University in Newcastle was named the best for nightlife overall, with Newcastle University coming second. The London School of Economics and the University of Bristol were the only southern... Read more
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chroniclelive
Durham University medical school to be transferred to NewcastleNorth Labour MP Alex Cunningham said the loss of the medical school to Stockton
Durham University medical school to be transferred to Newcastle
chroniclelive / Posted 12 days ago
North Labour MP Alex Cunningham said the loss of the medical school to Stockton was “devastating news”. But Newcastle University said it was dedicated to long-term investment in medical education and training in Teesside. The move... Read more
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Daily Mail
Surfer who fell into ravine in Morocco ‘ignored' by passers-byin a ravine Inquest heard it was 'likely' passers-by would have seen him but d
Surfer who fell into ravine in Morocco ‘ignored' by passers-by
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
in a ravine Inquest heard it was 'likely' passers-by would have seen him but didn't help He had been in Morocco with Newcastle University's Surfing Society Moroccan police said death 'not suspicious' but would not share findings A surfer... Read more
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Daily Star
Brit dead in Morocco 'lay in ravine for hours as locals didn't want to pay medical costs'frustrated that these blanks in knowledge have not been filled” Inquest coroner
Brit dead in Morocco 'lay in ravine for hours as locals didn't want to pay medical costs'
Daily Star / Posted 12 days ago
frustrated that these blanks in knowledge have not been filled” Inquest coroner Luke, a maths and statistics student at Newcastle University attended the trip Agadir with some uni friends from the Surfing Club Society. They had spent the day... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Disabled student defies doctors by picking up own degree at graduationceremony - on a stretcher. Proud Melanie Hartshorn showed amazing courage to c
Disabled student defies doctors by picking up own degree at graduation
Daily Mirror / Posted 12 days ago
ceremony - on a stretcher. Proud Melanie Hartshorn showed amazing courage to complete her Bsc Honours degree in Biology at Newcastle University. And she was given special permission by doctors to leave her hospital bed in order to don her cap and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Fat people who take an aspirin a day at less risk of bowel cancerfighting the battle of the bulge could benefit from the finding. Researcher Jo
Fat people who take an aspirin a day at less risk of bowel cancer
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
fighting the battle of the bulge could benefit from the finding. Researcher John Burn, a professor of clinical genetics at Newcastle University said: ‘Lots of people struggle with their weight and this suggests the extra cancer risk can be... Read more
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chroniclelive
Inspirational bedbound student attends graduation ceremony - on a stretcherand suffering up to 40 seizures a day, the inspirational 26-year-old has manage
Inspirational bedbound student attends graduation ceremony - on a stretcher
chroniclelive / Posted 13 days ago
and suffering up to 40 seizures a day, the inspirational 26-year-old has managed to complete a BSc Hons in Biology at Newcastle University – finishing the last year from home. And on Tuesday, attending the graduation ceremony on a stretcher,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Nervous wait for HSC exam results almost overAndrew Rivett, have mixed feelings about their marks. Andrew said he was confi
Nervous wait for HSC exam results almost over
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
Andrew Rivett, have mixed feelings about their marks. Andrew said he was confident he would get into civil engineering at Newcastle University. “I’m pretty relaxed, the hard work has been done,” he said. “A lot of my friends are worried they... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Brexit Lesson: disband the African Unionthat preceded it, the AU has proved it won’t work. Fortunately, a better model
Brexit Lesson: disband the African Union
New Zimbabwe / Posted 14 days ago
that preceded it, the AU has proved it won’t work. Fortunately, a better model can be found in Africa’s own backyard. Pauline Dixon, a professor of international development and education at Newcastle University in England, contributed to this pie... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Brexit Lessons: disband the African Unionthat preceded it, the AU has proved it won’t work. Fortunately, a better model
Brexit Lessons: disband the African Union
New Zimbabwe / Posted 14 days ago
that preceded it, the AU has proved it won’t work. Fortunately, a better model can be found in Africa’s own backyard. Pauline Dixon, a professor of international development and education at Newcastle University in England, contributed to this pie... Read more
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Northern Echo
Who owned the hidden sword?for help to trace the owner of an ornamental sword. It was found during recent
Who owned the hidden sword?
Northern Echo / Posted 15 days ago
for help to trace the owner of an ornamental sword. It was found during recent refurbishment work at the Bruce building at Newcastle university hidden behind the back of a cupboard. A spokesman for Northumbria Police said: “It is not known how... Read more
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Raw Story
Goats, sheep and cows could challenge dogs for title of ‘man’s best friend’to like animals they know – and believe them to be more intelligent – many farm
Goats, sheep and cows could challenge dogs for title of ‘man’s best friend’
Raw Story / Posted 16 days ago
to like animals they know – and believe them to be more intelligent – many farmers speak highly of livestock. In our Newcastle University study, we found that more than half of dairy farmers surveyed loved their cows – something made apparent... Read more
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chroniclelive
Do you recognise this sword? Search launched for owner of ornamental bladein the right direction, police released a statement asking for help that said:
Do you recognise this sword? Search launched for owner of ornamental blade
chroniclelive / Posted 17 days ago
in the right direction, police released a statement asking for help that said: “During some recent refurbishment work at at Newcastle university this ornamental sword was found hidden behind the back of a cupboard. “It is not known how long it had... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Hilarious moment BIRD lands on birdwatcher's head for a spot of twitchingso it gets quite a reaction. "Most people were just blown away by the number o
Hilarious moment BIRD lands on birdwatcher's head for a spot of twitching
Daily Mirror / Posted 17 days ago
so it gets quite a reaction. "Most people were just blown away by the number of the birds and how bold some of them are. Newcastle University/PAThe arctic terns fly thousands of miles every year "It's one of the best places in Europe to see... Read more
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CTV News
Mother's DNA may be key to healthy agingconcerning mtDNA replacement," said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institu
Mother's DNA may be key to healthy aging
CTV News / Posted 17 days ago
concerning mtDNA replacement," said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University. Stem cell researcher Dusko Ilic of King's College London described the results as "fascinating and... Read more
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PhysOrg
Goats, sheep and cows could challenge dogs for title of 'man's best friend'to like animals they know – and believe them to be more intelligent – many farm
Goats, sheep and cows could challenge dogs for title of 'man's best friend'
PhysOrg / Posted 17 days ago
to like animals they know – and believe them to be more intelligent – many farmers speak highly of livestock. In our Newcastle University study, we found that more than half of dairy farmers surveyed loved their cows – something made apparent... Read more
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Gazette News
Colchester teacher heads off to do some more learningparents teachers, the last profession Clive was looking to go into was educatio
Colchester teacher heads off to do some more learning
Gazette News / Posted 17 days ago
parents teachers, the last profession Clive was looking to go into was education and so with a passion for maps he went to Newcastle University to study surveying and geography. After graduating he got a job as a hydrographic surveyor for the... Read more
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News.com.au
Who Pauline is carrying with herof clients who are Muslims.” He is against Halal certification, calling it an
Who Pauline is carrying with her
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
of clients who are Muslims.” He is against Halal certification, calling it an “encroachment into our culture”. The former Newcastle University lecturer says he “is passionate about Australia’s future in particular our nation’s border security and... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Executive appointment – GM Commercialvery considerable and broad property sector experience.” Michael has a Bachelo
Executive appointment – GM Commercial
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 17 days ago
very considerable and broad property sector experience.” Michael has a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics from Newcastle University (UK) and a Master of Science in Estate Management from Royal Agricultural University awarded by... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New genetic test provides rapid diagnosis of mitochondrial diseasein a new disease gene. The team of medics and scientists at the Wellcome Trust
New genetic test provides rapid diagnosis of mitochondrial disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 18 days ago
in a new disease gene. The team of medics and scientists at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Research at Newcastle University, together with international collaborators, have identified mutations in a gene, known as TMEM126B,... Read more
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Newsmax
Mother's DNA Affects Agingconcerning mtDNA replacement," said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institu
Mother's DNA Affects Aging
Newsmax / Posted 18 days ago
concerning mtDNA replacement," said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University. Stem cell researcher Dusko Ilic of King's College London described the results as "fascinating and... Read more
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dna
Mother's DNA may be key to healthy ageingconcerning mtDNA replacement," said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institu
Mother's DNA may be key to healthy ageing
dna / Posted 18 days ago
concerning mtDNA replacement," said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University. Stem cell researcher Dusko Ilic of King's College London described the results as "fascinating and... Read more
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iafrica.com
Mother's DNA may affect ageingconcerning mtDNA replacement," said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institu
Mother's DNA may affect ageing
iafrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
concerning mtDNA replacement," said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University. Stem cell researcher Dusko Ilic of King's College London described the results as "fascinating and... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Mother’s DNA may affect ageing: studyconcerning mtDNA replacement,” said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institu
Mother’s DNA may affect ageing: study
Manila Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
concerning mtDNA replacement,” said Robert Lightowlers, director of the Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University. Stem cell researcher Dusko Ilic of King’s College London described the results as “fascinating and... Read more
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