Croucher News

August 2018

Inhibitory peptides to control autophagy 23 August 2018

The new peptides can be used to occlude autophagy in living animals.

Fuz protein and neurological disorders 18 August 2018

Recent research revealed the pathogenic mechanism for a group of rare genetic neuronal disorders known as polyQ diseases.

Reversing brain damage with two proteins 10 August 2018

Dr Kwok-Fai Lau discovered a mechanism to stimulates the growth of nerve cell.

Long and winding road: understanding quantum chromodynamics 8 August 2018

Mr Ho-Tat Lam studies theoretical high energy physics at Princeton University.

Window to the soul: ultrafast microscope to help tackle glaucoma 3 August 2018

A microscope that may help the study of glaucoma has been developed.

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