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UK science could be 'crippled' by a hard Brexit

UK science could be 'crippled' by a hard Brexit

Francis Crick Institute scientists more likely to leave UK post-Brexit. A hard Brexit could 'cripple' UK science according to The Francis Crick Institute and 29 Nobel Prize winners, with a ... The concerns are backed by 28 other Nobel Prize winning

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  • Women Leaders in UK Healthcare: Liz Henderson Women Leaders in UK Healthcare: Liz Henderson

    She only received the recognition she deserved in recent years – and was famously overlooked for the Nobel Prize – so it’s fantastic to see a resurgence in support for Franklin’s

  • The power of behaviour change lies in the basics The power of behaviour change lies in the basics

    By Caroline Burtt, Associate Director, GCI Health. Long before ‘nudge theory’ hit the headlines with a Nobel prize win in 2017, we in healthcare had been harnessing behaviour change models to

  • Nudge-nudge, think-think Nudge-nudge, think-think

    2002 Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman described Loss Aversion as ‘the most significant contribution of psychology to behavioural economics.’ Moreover, when Richard Thaler, pioneer of the Nudge Theory, won the 2017 ... Nobel Prize, Loss Aversion

  • Alnylam’s big moment: bringing groundbreaking RNAi drugs to Europe Alnylam’s big moment: bringing groundbreaking RNAi drugs to Europe

    This has been Alnylam’s story over the past 16 years, as it built on Andrew Fire and Craig Mello’s Nobel prize winning discovery that naturally occurring RNAi “silences” genes,

  • Leo has its eyes on the prize Leo has its eyes on the prize

    More than a century has passed since the Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded for dermatology. ... It’s about time the Nobel Prize was awarded in dermatology again and the technological advances we will see in the next decade just might make that happen.

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  • Why eating people is wrong (and other medical discoveries)

    The medical role of rollercoasters, cannibalism, stamp collection and spit &polish were all celebrated in the 2018 IgNobel Prize awards. ... His work on kuru earned an actual Nobel prize for Gajdusek. Not all of this year's Ig Nobel Awards celebrated

  • International Women's Day - 8 March 2019

    share the Nobel Prize in 1962. ... She is the youngest Nobel Prize laureate and was even nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize by Desmond Tutu.

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