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  1. Professor Dame Georgina Mace CBE | UCL Division of Biosciences - UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/sep/professor-dame-georgina-mace-cbe

    21 Sep 2020: It is with extreme sadness that we announce the passing of Professor Dame Georgina Mace CBE on 19th September 2020.

    It is with extreme sadness that we announce the passing of Professor Dame Georgina Mace CBE on 19th September 2020.

  2. Strict protected areas are vital for animals in Cerrado and across…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/sep/strict-protected-areas-are-vital-animals-cerrado-and-across-brazil

    19 Sep 2020: Protected areas with the strictest protection are most valuable for preserving animal populations in Brazil, finds a new UCL-led study published in Biological Conservation.

    Protected areas with the strictest protection are most valuable for preserving animal populations in Brazil, finds a new UCL-led study published in Biological Conservation.

  3. John Christodoulou (ISMB) awarded the British Biophysics Society’s…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/sep/john-christodoulou-ismb-awarded-british-biophysics-societys-2020-sosei-heptares-prize

    14 Sep 2020: Prof John Christodoulou has been awarded the British Biophysics Society’s 2020 Sosei Heptares Prize for Biophysics for his original and influential contributions to the advancement of biomolecular NMR and the biophysical analysis of protein

    Prof John Christodoulou has been awarded the British Biophysics Society’s 2020 Sosei Heptares Prize for Biophysics for his original and influential contributions to the advancement of biomolecular NMR and the biophysical analysis of protein

  4. New paper from Bähler lab shows that yeast breathes to supply amino…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/sep/new-paper-bahler-lab-shows-yeast-breathes-supply-amino-acids-rapid-growth

    9 Sep 2020: Yeast cells normally grow using fermentation to generate energy, rather than respiration (similar to proliferating cancer cells). The authors show that fission yeast also needs respiration for fermentative growth to supply amino acids that are

    Yeast cells normally grow using fermentation to generate energy, rather than respiration (similar to proliferating cancer cells). The authors show that fission yeast also needs respiration for fermentative growth to supply amino acids that are

  5. Dr Karoline Kuchenbaecker receives ERC Grant | UCL Division of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/sep/dr-karoline-kuchenbaecker-receives-erc-grant

    3 Sep 2020: Dr Karoline Kuchenbaecker receives 2.5M € ERC Starting Grant to investigate the genetics of depression in different populations

    Dr Karoline Kuchenbaecker receives 2.5M € ERC Starting Grant to investigate the genetics of depression in different populations

  6. Labbadia paper provides a mechanism for how mitochondria promote…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/sep/labbadia-paper-provides-mechanism-how-mitochondria-promote-healthy-tissue-function-age

    3 Sep 2020: A new Developmental Cell paper from John Labbadia’s group reveals how mitochondria remodel protein quality control networks to protect the ageing proteome and maintain tissue function in aged animals.

    A new Developmental Cell paper from John Labbadia’s group reveals how mitochondria remodel protein quality control networks to protect the ageing proteome and maintain tissue function in aged animals.

  7. New BBSRC Grant awarded to Dr Johnathan Labbadia to investigate new…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/sep/new-bbsrc-grant-awarded-dr-johnathan-labbadia-investigate-new-targets-promoting-healthy-ageing

    2 Sep 2020: Congratulations to Dr John Labbadia on the receipt of his £400,000 BBSRC Responsive Mode Grant.

    Congratulations to Dr John Labbadia on the receipt of his £400,000 BBSRC Responsive Mode Grant.

  8. NPP's Dr Krishma Ramgoolam seconded to the UK Biocentre in Milton…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/aug/npps-dr-krishma-ramgoolam-seconded-uk-biocentre-milton-keynes

    19 Aug 2020: NPP's Dr Krishma Ramgoolam seconded to the UK Biocentre in Milton Keynes. 19 August 2020. Dr Krishma Ramgoolam, a postdoc in Prof Annette Dolphin’ s lab, has been seconded to work on Covid-19 testing in Milton Keynes at the UK Biocentre Lighthouse

  9. Wenying Shou to join GEE as AMS Professor | UCL Division of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/aug/wenying-shou-join-gee-ams-professor

    6 Aug 2020: Professor Wenying Shou has been awarded an AMS Professorship from the Academy of Medical Sciences and will join Genetics, Evolution and Environment in January 2021. This is the first such award to UCL and we heartily congratulate Professor Shou and

    Professor Wenying Shou has been awarded an AMS Professorship from the Academy of Medical Sciences and will join Genetics, Evolution and Environment in January 2021. This is the first such award to UCL and we heartily congratulate Professor Shou and

  10. Winners of the UCL Student Covid-19 Recovery Competition | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/news/2020/jul/winners-ucl-student-covid-19-recovery-competition

    30 Jul 2020: Nishika Jain and Priyanka Rachel Peres (Y1 Biological Sciences) are members of the 1st Prize winning team alongside Sachi Shah (Y1 Biochemsitry) and Jiarui Li (Y1 Pharmacology), in the 'UCL Student Covid-19 Recovery Competition' Division of Surgery

    Nishika Jain and Priyanka Rachel Peres (Y1 Biological Sciences) are members of the 1st Prize winning team alongside Sachi Shah (Y1 Biochemsitry) and Jiarui Li (Y1 Pharmacology), in the 'UCL Student Covid-19 Recovery Competition' Division of Surgery

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