News in 2017
- Plain packaging for tobacco by TARG Bristol 27 June 2017 Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group (TARG) Bristol have made a new animation explaining why all cigarettes sold in the UK must now come in plain packs.
- Epigenetics and Social Science Network Meeting London 26 June 2017 The Epigenetics and Social Science Network met in London on 20 June 2017 to share progress and make plans for the future.
- Epigenetics and Social Science Workshop 12 June 2017 An afternoon workshop took place on 8 June 2017 at Engineers House involving about 40 academics. There were epigenetics presentations and a lively panel discussion focusing on the population sciences and social perspectives of epigenetics.
- Epigenetics in public health: the stuff of legends? 24 May 2017 Lotte Houtepen represented the Interstela project in her recent talk as part of the Pint of Science festival
- Imputation workshop 24 April 2017 A focused session on imputation and missing data in epigenetic studies. An engaged group of researchers came together to share experiences at this one day workshop in the Richmond Building Students Union in Bristol on 13 April 2017.
- A Sociologist looks at Epigenetics 27 February 2017 How does inequality get ‘under the skin’? Epigenetics, health disparities and the making of public policy: A Sociologist looks at Epigenetics
- Political Biology: New Book by Maurizio Meloni 20 February 2017 A new book on political biology by Dr Maurizio Meloni
- Epi Stress Net travel to Glasgow 7 February 2017 The EpiStressNet team travelled to Glasgow to develop new ideas for research questions on how the allostatic burden engendered by social stressors increases chronic disease risk
- From genes to genomes in middle years biology 10 January 2017 Neil Ingram spoke at the Association of Science Education conference.