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Health experts have warned for years that men and women with excess abdominal fat run a greater risk of developing cardiovascular problems. However, individuals with abdominal or central obesity are not the only ones in danger, according to a new study.
Oxford Brookes Bioimaging scientists are in Accra, Ghana at the West African Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens (WACCBIP) helping to run a course on the modern technologies used to investigate the biology of infectious diseases.
We are delighted to announce the opening of the 4th call for Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM) of the COST Action INDEPTH: Impact on Nuclear Domains On Gene Expression and Plants Traits.
Happy New Year to everyone in the INDEPTH consortium! We wish for exciting discoveries in 2019 and beyond!
The refurbishment of Sinclair moved a step closer towards completion this week as the newly completed fourth floor opened.
Britain’s most successful female Olympian, Dame Katherine Grainger met with researchers on Wednesday 12 December 2018, as part of her visit to the redeveloped Sinclair building, which is home to the University’s Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at Headington Campus.
The INDEPTH core group of workgroup leaders are planning the budget for the period between April 2019 and April 2020. There are a number of opportunities for INDEPTH members to be helped with supporting the attendance of relevant conferences in which they advertise conference activities.
INDEPTH members Tzion Fahima and Tamar Krugman are authors on an open access publication entitled 'Cloning of the wheat Yr15 resistance gene sheds light on the plant tandem kinase-pseudokinase family'
New research conducted at Oxford Brookes has increased our understanding of the genetic makeup of mosquitos and could help tackle the global issue of the insect infecting tens of millions of people each year.
An Oxford Brookes professor has been interviewed as part of ‘The Science Show’ on ABC Radio National, Australia’s national broadcaster.