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Breath of life: how your risk of heart disease may stem back to your time in the womb
The environment in the womb as we first begin to grow may also determine our future: researchers from PDN, CTR and Barcroft center featured on the latest issue of Research Horizons.
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Killer flies: how brain size affects hunting strategy in the insect world - Paloma Gonzalez-Bellido on Research Horizons
Cambridge researchers are studying what makes a brain efficient and how that affects behaviour in insects.
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The amazing axon adventure - Christine Holt on Research Horizons
How does the brain make connections, and how does it maintain them? Cambridge neuroscientists and mathematicians are using a variety of techniques to understand how the brain ‘wires up’, and what it might be able to tell us about degeneration in later life.
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The body in miniature - organoid research at Meritxell Huch's lab
Dr Laura Broutier from Huch's lab interviewed about recent advancements in organoids on the latest issue of Research Horizons
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