Gene therapy: fact and fiction
What's on at Plymouth University: Gene therapy: fact and fiction. Annual Royal Society of Biology lecture. Plymouth University, 11 October 2017.
Rising sea temperatures could enhance and accelerate radiation induced DNA effects in marine mussels
Plymouth University news: Increased sea temperatures could have a dramatic effect on radiation-induced damage in marine invertebrates, a study in conjunction with the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) suggests
Conference explores impact of environmental agents on DNA
Plymouth University news: The 38th Annual Conference of UKEMS (the UK branch of the European Environmental Mutagen Society) is being staged at Plymouth University
You and Me: Unique or the Same?
What's on at Plymouth University: You and Me: Unique or the Same? Summer Mix course for 11-19 year olds (up to 25 years old if disabled) living in Plymouth. Plymouth University, 6 August 2015.
Fewer viral relics may be due to a less bloody evolutionary history
Plymouth University news: Prehistoric viral DNA exists in all animals, but it is decreasing in human beings - a new study describes how this is happening and that it may be because our lifestyles have become progressively less bloody
Groundbreaking laboratory services launch in Plymouth
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University launches its Systems Biology Centre, a laboratory which analyses the very molecules of life for research into marine biology, Ebola, cancer, neuro diseases, bovine TB and Down’s Syndrome