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Babraham Institute in the Media

Our communications activities aim to raise our public profile and promote broader awareness of the Babraham Institute and our research. Here we have collected some examples of where the Institute has featured in the media.

17/06/2022

Cambridge Independent report work controlling brain inflammation to treat traumatic brain injury

Impact of brain injury, stroke and MS reduced in mice by scientists at Babraham Institute and KU Leuven

liston | immunology | brain

11/04/2022

National papers and radio cover rejuvenation research

Prof Wolf Reik and Dr Diljeet feature in a number of articles and appearances in relation to their recent publication.

reik | reprogramming | epigenetic clock

14/03/2022

Roving Researcher careers feature in Chemical and Engineering News

Freelance journalist Katharine Sanderson writes about the innovative Roving Researcher scheme.

careers | workplace culture | parental leave | equality4success

07/03/2022

Dr Jasmin Taubenschmid-Stowers featured in Cambridge Independent

Paul Brackley reports that researchers have discovered a new population of stem cells

epigenetics

17/02/2022

The Guardian report on reprogramming work from Diljeet Gill and Wolf Reik

Ian Sample writes about the new stem cell rejuvenation method developed in the Reik lab.

epigenetics | reik | national | ageing

25/01/2022

Prof Adrian Liston comments of autoantibodies and COVID symptom severity in the Daily Mail

Prof Liston describes the potential for treatments based on autoantibodies.

liston

20/01/2022

Simon Cook and Derek Jones write about researcher training for the Times Higher Campus

Simon Cook and Derek Jones write about how to prepare students of a diversity of careers in science across sectors.

babraham research campus | phd student | careers

04/06/2021

New partners for Milner Consortium autophagy collaboration, reports Cambridge Independent

Mike Scialom covers a new development for Dr Nicholas Ktistakis' Milner Consortium collaboration.

autophagy | ktistakis | cambridge independent | local

17/03/2021

Peter Rugg-Gunn comments on ‘blastoid’ research in the Mail Online

The Mail Online reports on a new model similar to human blastocysts, with expert comment from Peter Rugg-Gunn.

embryo | epigenetics | national | rugg-gunn | expert comment

27/01/2021

Adrian Liston interviewed by the Cambridge Independent about COVID-19 vaccine intricacies

In this extended interview published in the Cambridge Independent, Adrian Liston explains the science behind vaccines and the immune response.

covid-19 | immunology | liston | local | vaccine

07/01/2021

Babraham Institute research shows importance of second COVID-19 vaccine dose, reports Cambridge Independent

Michelle Linterman interviewed on her important COVID-19 research in mice by Cambridge Independent editor Paul Brackley.

ageing | immune system | covid-19 | vaccine | linterman | lymphocyte signalling | immunology | local

05/01/2021

Cambridge Independent reports on new Babraham Bioscience Technology board members

Newly appointed board members Wolf Reik, Alexander Hewitson, and Clive Stanway speak to the Cambridge Independent.

board | reik | local

24/11/2020

Wolk Reik talks about his career in epigenetics, from the beginning to today, on Epigenetics Podcast

The Epigenetics Podcast interviews Wolf Reik about his career in epigenetics.

reik | epigenetics | podcast

16/11/2020

Auckland radio interview Michelle Linterman on COVID-19 vaccines

Michelle Linterman is interviewed by 95bFM host Zoë Larsen Cumming about her COVID19 vaccine research.

international | vaccine | linterman | radio | immunology

02/09/2020

Could we and should we live forever? Wolf Reik talks to Tom Chivers about epigenetics

Wolf Reik explains the concept of the biological clock to science writer Tom Chivers for his article exploring mortality.

epigenetic clock | reik | epigenetics

13/05/2020

Linterman lab research repurposing imiquimod featured in the Medicine Maker

Michelle Linterman talks to Medicine Maker reporter Stephanie Sutton about her drug repurposing findings.

ageing | immunology | lymphocyte signalling | experimental study | animal research | linterman | germinal response | vaccine

15/01/2020

Promise of pioneering research by Adrian Liston reported by Business Weekly

Business Weekly report on how proof of concept funding from the European Research Council will support research into how to harness the power of the immune system to treat brain injury.

lymphocyte signalling and development | funding | brain | neurodegeneration | ageing | immune system | animal research | local

27/06/2019

Cambridge Independent explores Institute research on gut microbiome and link with healthy ageing

Paul Brackley, editor of the Cambridge Independent, explores what recent research published by the Linterman lab might mean for healthy ageing.

ageing | animal research | gut microbiome | immunology | linterman | local