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Hear here! Hope for future treatments against hearing loss as researchers find 10 new genes and identify the affected ear structure
16th May 2022 - By Paz García Researchers led by Karolinska Institute, TwinsUK at King’s College London and Erasmus University have...Continue reading
2.4 billion people will have some form of hearing loss by 2050. How can genetic research help us find effective treatments? Latest work by @FrancesKWilliam…
Identical twins are much more similar to each other in the strength of their connection to nature than non-identical twins - what does this mean?…
RT @COVID19_LHW: Have you seen the latest #COVID19LHW Collaborative paper? Using data from ~50,000 participants from 11 UK longitudinal stu…
RT @GSTTresearch: As part of our #IHeartResearchAcademy a group of students worked with the #PublicEngagement team at @TwinsUKres to write…
RT @TomlinsonGAS: Some of the gang from @TwinsUKres and me attempted to help Lily explain why identical twins can be different to her curio…