Selected Media Coverage

Our work has been covered widely in both the lay and scientific media. Below are some examples from the last few years.

2015

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Differences between male and female brains.

6th February 2015
The Naked Scientists, BBC Radio

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Epigenetics and its role in Alzheimer’s disease

27th May 2015
Alzheimer’s Research Blog

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Baby brains undergo dramatic changes in utero.

3rd February 2015
Science News

2014

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Dementia research in 2014: looking back at our proudest achievements

22nd December 2014
Alzheimer’s Research UK

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Hints of Epigenetic Role in Alzheimer’s Disease

23rd August 2014
New Scientist

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Alzheimer’s Brains Mottled with Epigenetic Changes

21st August 2014
AlzForum

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University of Exeter in pioneering dementia study

20th August 2014
Exeter Express & Echo

2013

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Top 10 Advances in Autism Research in 2013

18th December 2013
Autism Speaks

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Twin study shows environment interacts with genes in autism

23rd April 2013
The Irish Times

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Environment Interacts With Genes In Autism, Twin Study Shows

23rd April 2013
Huffington Post

2012

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Linking genes, cerebellums and schizophrenia

21st February 2012
New Scientist

2011

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Epigenetic clue to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder

30th September 2011
New Scientist

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The First 1000 Days: A Legacy for Life

17th, 24th, and 31st August 2011
BBC Radio 4

2010

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Epigenetics

8th December 2010
BBC Radio 4 Frontiers

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Genes marked by stress make grandchildren mentally ill

3rd November 2010
New Scientist

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Don’t blame your genes…change them!

30th March 2010
Daily Mail

2008

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How your behaviour can change your children’s DNA

20th July 2008
Sunday Times

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Rewriting Darwin: The New Non-Genetic Inheritance

9th July 2008
New Scientist

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Scientists solve a psychiatric mystery

12th March 2008
Toronto Globe & Mail