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Short life expectancy: Poorest dying nearly 10 years younger than the rich

Short life expectancy: Poorest dying nearly 10 years younger than the rich

According to the Imperial College London, the gap between short life expectancy of the richest and poorest sectors of society in England is increasing. Researchers...
Bar-Ilan University: Nano-Institute at the cutting edge of medical research

Bar-Ilan University: Nano-Institute at the cutting edge of medical research

Offering a glimpse into breakthrough research, Health Europa explores with Bar-Ilan University, their Nanotechnology Institute that’s advancing medicine. The Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials...
Sustainability in biobanking: a perspective from ISBER

Sustainability in biobanking: a perspective from ISBER

Zisis Kozlakidis, the past president of the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories, considers how to effectively confront the challenge of sustainability in...
Platome Biotechnology – advancing cellular therapies

Platome Biotechnology – advancing cellular therapies

Icelandic company Platome Biotechnology is reinventing cell culture to help speed up the development of approved cellular therapies. Regenerative medicine will play a key role...
Have scientists found a way to reverse the effects of ageing?

Have scientists found a way to reverse the effects of ageing?

A team of scientists at the University of Exeter, UK, have discovered a breakthrough which could be the basis for reversing the effects of...
Early type 1 diabetes shortens women’s lives by 18 years

Early Type 1 diabetes shortens women’s lives by 18 years

According to new research, women who develop Type 1 diabetes before the age of ten have shorter lives by an average of nearly 18...
The potential of advanced therapy medicinal products in Europe

The potential of advanced therapy medicinal products in Europe

Together, the European Commission and the European Medicines Agency are working to bring game-changing advanced therapy medicinal products to the patients who need them. So-called...
What sets Italy apart in cell and gene therapies?

What sets Italy apart in cell and gene therapies?

Dr Luigi Naldini, the director of the San Raffaele Telethon Institute for Gene Therapy, outlines Italy’s enormous success in the field of cell and...
Celebrating 40 years since the first test tube baby was born

Celebrating 40 years since the first test tube baby was born

Experts will gather to celebrate 40 years since the world’s first test tube baby conceived by IVF in Greater Manchester, UK, was born. Louise Brown...
Seeing is believing: the need for in vivo imaging in cell therapies

Seeing is believing: the need for in vivo imaging in cell therapies

Dr Mangala Srinivas, from the Multiscale Imaging Lab, discusses some of the challenges facing cell therapies and how they might be overcome. Cell therapy’ –...
Bar-Ilan University: a habitat for interdisciplinary science

Bar-Ilan University: a habitat for interdisciplinary science

Professor Shulamit Michaeli presents Bar-Ilan University, a Tel Aviv-based university boasting big ambitions, unparalleled achievements, and ever-increasing academic prowess. Bar-Ilan University (BIU), located in the...
Slower cognitive decline in elderly people living in greener neighbourhoods

Slower cognitive decline in elderly people living in greener neighbourhoods

Elderly people living in greener neighbourhoods have been found to present slower cognitive decline, a new study by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health...

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