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A recent study using a mouse model was able to show that physical signs of aging, such as hair loss and wrinkled skin, may be… Read more »
Amongst the many characteristics of the fascinating naked mole-rat is an exceptionally long lifespan in relation to body size,… Read more »
Hearts and Minds of Mice and Men: Mechano Growth Factor a new tool in the battle against age-related neuron loss?
Alexander Walker, Editorial Assistant at BioMed Central, explores the findings of a recent study into the neuroprotective effects… Read more »
Genome Biology recently published two articles that both look into finding potential biomarkers of aging. Here, Genome Biology… Read more »
Following Vicki Adams and her colleagues’ publication in Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica today, in this blog she explains more… Read more »
Professor Monika Puzianowska-Kuznicka looks at the evidence for a calorie restriction diet improving age-related health issues… Read more »
Latest posts by Thomas Appleyard (see all)
- The role of APOE4 during the earliest stages of Alzheimer’s disease. A Q&A with Professor Guojun Bu - 15th November 2016
- Evolution and cancer: A mathematical biology approach II - 23rd August 2016
- Quiz: Test your (action) potential! - 14th March 2016
We currently live in a world full of unpredictable challenges, whether they be in the form of the drug resistant microbes and… Read more »
In support of Biology Week, we’re taking age-related neurodegenerative disorders to centre-stage.