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A recent Science article published by a team of UCL researchers including the IHA's Dr Teresa Niccoli sheds light into toxicity mechanisms. View the article here: http://goo.gl/2sgNCb More...

Published: Aug 19, 2014 10:24:04 AM

Knudra Transgenics prize success for IHA

In a recent competition organised by the biotech company KNUDRA TRANSGENICS three members of the IHA were awarded prizes to make custom transgenic animals.

Second prize $3000 to Nuria Vergara to develop the project "Can human FOXO3a replace DAF-16 to promote longevity in C. elegans?" using CRSPR technology.

Third prize £1500 to Jennifer Tullet to investigate "How do translational errors affect longevity and health in C. elegans?"

Sixth prize $500 to Lamia Mestek to expand our knowledge in "Understanding the role of DAF-16 transcription factor in longevity"

The results of the competition can be checked in the following link: http://knudragrants.knudra.com/?page_id=39

Congratulations to all the winners!!!
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Published: Aug 19, 2014 10:10:57 AM

New Wellcome Trust video 'Until' features IHA scientists

The Wellcome Trust’s online publication, Mosaic, have released a new video ‘Until’, an exploration of ageing which asks the question, ‘how long would you like to live?’. The video includes interviews with leading ageing scientists (including the IHA's David Gems and Linda Partridge), transhumanists, elderly people and the young children and asks them when they think would be an appropriate time to die, if they had the choice. It also explores the possibilities and realities of extended lifespans in the future. The video can be found here: http://youtu.be/BsUZHyh4n-c More...

Published: Aug 6, 2014 11:44:15 AM

More coverage on Death Fluorescence in the news

9 September 2013

The death fluorescence study provoked some interest from the news media,
both nationally and internationally. At home, it was covered by New
Scientist (online), and small items appeared in the Daily Mail, and
Metro (London). There was more interest in the USA, where David Gems was
interviewed for the National Public Radio programme “All Things
Considered” (similar to the Today programme on R4), and the story was
covered by Scientific American (online) and The Scientist. More widely,
the story was covered by news media in France, Canada (in the
publication "Vice"), Sweden, Romania (where there was a colourful TV
news item), Ghana, China and Indonesia.

http://www.npr.org/2013/08/03/208639956/worms-bright-blue-death-could-shed-light-on-human-aging

http://www.vice.com/en_ca/read/apparently-death-looks-like-a-bright-blue-shockwave

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