Mon, 04/03/2019 - 16:25
An article in the Science section of the Cambridge Independent on 20th February shared the details of the latest research published by the Casanueva group at the Institute. Their research uses tiny nematode worms called Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans for short) to study ageing and lifespan variation. The article describes how international research led by the Institute has developed the best model of metabolic flux in C. elegans, and used it to understand more about the link between ageing and metabolism.
Read the article in full online now.
04 March 2019
By Louisa Wood