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An international team of scientists led by Dr Bing Hu from Peninsula Dental School has uncovered mechanisms that could inform future dental treatment.
- Stem cells could be used to grow back teeth, scientists believe – The Telegraph
- Scientists may have found a new method of tooth repair that could help future dental treatment – Reddit
- Scientists discover mechanisms that could offer new solution to tooth repair – Times Now News
- A New Method of Tooth Repair? Scientists Uncover Mechanisms That Could Help Future Dental Treatment – Science and Technology Research News
- Crowning Achievement – Anti-ageing News
The previously unseen footage, linked to a study led by Visiting Research Fellow James Robbins, shows up to 36 seals feeding at the same king penguin colony in South Georgia.
- ‘Solitary’ seal film is social revelation – The Times
- Crew accidentally come across ground-breaking leopard seal discovery – Metro
- Leopard seals share their suppers – The Economist
- Rare footage captures the first ever evidence of leopard seals sharing food – Daily Mail
- Leopard seals filmed sharing food for the first time – Earth.com
- Drone Captures Leopard Seals Sharing a Meal – Interesting Engineering
- Unseen clip shows the first evidence of leopard seals sharing food – The World News
PhD student Alex Rowe is investigating whether the programme has led to locals experiencing 'heritage dissonance'.
Research co-authored by Dr Elsa Fouragnan in the School of Psychology shows that brain activity may help predict success of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
- Brain activity of depression patients ‘can determine CBT success’ – Express and Star
- Brain activity may help predict success of cognitive behavioural therapy in depression – Hospital Healthcare Europe
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