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.
Andy Martin asks the question: Who wants to live forever?
The Mail Online reports on a new model similar to human blastocysts, with expert comment from Peter Rugg-Gunn.
The Epigenetics Podcast interviews Wolf Reik about his career in epigenetics.
Wolf Reik explains the concept of the biological clock to science writer Tom Chivers for his article exploring mortality.
Myriam Hemberger, a group leader in the Epigenetics programme at the Institute from 2004-2018, was awarded the 2019 March of Dimes Prize for her pioneering research on placental biology.
Paul Brackley, editor of the Cambridge Independent, shared the Institute's recently published research on how a tiny nematode worm called C. elegans can help us learn more about the process of human ageing.
Unravelling the epigenome, life's other set of instructions
Our genome may be the blueprint for our development, but it is only part of the story. Editor, Paul Brackley talks to Professor Wolf Reik, at the Babraham Institute, to find out the rest.
That gut feeling: Would you have a poo transplant to make you happy?
Though often forgotten, the placenta has a huge role in baby’s health
Talking about gut bacteria with Jeremy Sallis on Lunchtime Live
Back to the womb
New research reveals how gut bacteria can control our genes
How your gut bacteria may protect you from cancer
Bacteria Living in Our Gut Are Hijacking And Controlling Our Genes
Epigenetic Marks on Histones Keep Egg Cells Fresh
Extra Epigenetic Packaging Keeps Egg Cells Fresh
Womb Age is a Major Factor in Declining Fertility in Older Women
Uterus age may affect pregnancy success
Junges Glück in jungen Gebärmuttern (Young happiness in young uterus)
Beating the Odds for Lucky Mutations
Expert comment in 'Company Sells a “Biological Age” Kit'