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MRC-funded work behind pharma involvement in potential stem cell therapy


24 Apr 2009 - The goal is to replace cells essential for “seeing” lost through disease at the back of the eye

It’s about time


10 Apr 2013 - Meanwhile the BLINK game allows players to play the classic arcade game PONG solely with their eyes a thrilling concept that offers exciting possibilities

MRC Centenary Science communication 

Research databases and models: UK Primary Sjögren's Syndrome Registry UKPSSR


23 Feb 2016 - Although the most common symptoms are dry eyes and mouth joint pain and extreme fatigue it can affect any part of the body

Science we support


26 Oct 2018 - stroke  diabetes arthritis osteoporosis eye disorders  depression and forms of dementia

Taking science from the bench to policy change


17 Jul 2019 - It opened my eyes to how scientists can make a difference by engaging with government and Parliament

policy and engagement 

Blood lust and the mosquito


20 Aug 2014 - When Sir Ronald Ross discovered that malaria was spread by the Anopheles mosquito our eyes were opened to the deadly consequences of a mosquito s blood

malaria Mara Lawniczak mosquitoes proboscis 

£48m of Biomedical Catalyst funding announced by David Willetts


9 Jun 2014 - ” Other innovations being developed will tackle issues around the treatment of cancerous tumours atrial fibrillation haemophilia eye disease

Funding boost for initiative mapping entire human body


6 Dec 2018 - A better understanding of how our bodies work in health and disease will also open new routes for diagnosing monitoring and treating disease

Future of regenerative medicine looks bright with new funding boost


31 Mar 2017 - To date the Platform has made significant progress in advancing essential preclinical work in areas such as Parkinson’s disease liver disease eye

Regenerative medicine 

Working life: Trials Manager Jen Lawson


24 Aug 2016 - It s fascinating to be part of a team looking for treatments for Alzheimer& 8217;s disease and understanding how the disease works

Alzheimer's disease clinical research dementias research neurodegeneration neuroscience public engagement Science communication women in science