NanoArtography is an international science image competition that combines nanoscience and art. Grace won a second prize for her image of ‘Mount MXene’. Congratulations to Grace! The artwork was created by preparing a free-standing film of titanium carbide 2D… Continue Reading →
Study name: Feedback on salivary hormone measurement system Institutions: The Sussex Health Outcomes Research and Education in Cancer group (SHORE-C) Brighton & Sussex Medical School, the University of Brighton, and Mint Diagnostics Location: SHORE-C Type of Study: Interview, questionnaire, focus… Continue Reading →
The publication GeneJournal are pleased to announce that they are publishing the paper written by Melanie Flint and Mark Yeoman of the Centre for Stress and Age-Related Disease entitled “Glucocorticoid induced loss of oestrogen receptor alpha gene methylation and restoration… Continue Reading →
Gheed Al-Hity has successfully defended her Thesis entitled ‘ Understanding the mechanism of how stress affects tumour progression and metastasis in breast cancer’ on time. Gheed will move to Kings College to do a Post doc starting on August 1st
The Horserace Betting Levy Board (HBLB) veterinary science and education investment programme has been increased to £2.6m from £2m in recognition of the importance of this key area for the sport and for the benefit of the Thoroughbred. For 2022… Continue Reading →
Professor Bhavik Patel’s PhD student Ricoveer Shergill won a poster prize at the Royal Society of Chemistry Analytical Research Forum for his work which is focused on the development of 3D printed electrochemical sensors for pharmaceutical and biomedical application.
Congratulations to STRANDs Natalia Noriega Pedraza who won the people’s vote for best 3 minute thesis at yesterdays Postgraduate Festival. Her work focuses on incorporating 2D transition metals carbides and nitrides (MXenes) in a lens for detection of biomarkers in… Continue Reading →