Group leader, Dr Peter Rugg-Gunn, contributed to an article by Hannah Devlin outlining the potential benefits of extending the 14-day rule on research on human embryos.
Dr Ian McGough, Dr Teresa Rayon, Dr Jon Houseley and Dr Maria Christophorou were featured in the Cambridge Independent, highlighting their newly funded Pioneer Award projects.
Group leader Teresa Rayon spoke to Viviane Callier about her research on developmental tempo for a feature in Quanta magazine.
Group leader Peter Rugg-Gunn comments on the impact and implications of new embryo model reported by researchers at the Weizmann Institute in Israel.
Collaborative partners comment on the significance of working together on autophagy and neurodegeneration.
Group leader Michelle Linterman joined the Nine to Noon show on Radio New Zealand to discuss her research on ageing, the immune system and vaccination.
Impact of brain injury, stroke and MS reduced in mice by scientists at Babraham Institute and KU Leuven
Gene switch system offers hope to patients
Prof Wolf Reik and Dr Diljeet feature in a number of articles and appearances in relation to their recent publication.
Freelance journalist Katharine Sanderson writes about the innovative Roving Researcher scheme.
Paul Brackley reports that researchers have discovered a new population of stem cells
Ian Sample writes about the new stem cell rejuvenation method developed in the Reik lab.
Prof Liston describes the potential for treatments based on autoantibodies.
Simon Cook and Derek Jones write about how to prepare students of a diversity of careers in science across sectors.
Paul Brackley covers 'flu vaccine research.
Peter Rugg-Gunn provides expert comment on gastrulation study.
Andy Martin asks the question: Who wants to live forever?
Mike Scialom covers a new development for Dr Nicholas Ktistakis' Milner Consortium collaboration.
Peter Brackley speaks to Wolf Reik about his new role.
The Mail Online reports on a new model similar to human blastocysts, with expert comment from Peter Rugg-Gunn.
In this extended interview published in the Cambridge Independent, Adrian Liston explains the science behind vaccines and the immune response.
Michelle Linterman interviewed on her important COVID-19 research in mice by Cambridge Independent editor Paul Brackley.
Newly appointed board members Wolf Reik, Alexander Hewitson, and Clive Stanway speak to the Cambridge Independent.
The Epigenetics Podcast interviews Wolf Reik about his career in epigenetics.