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MDMA to Cure Addiction Crisis?

Scientists in Bristol, UK, have developed a programme researching the application of MDMA as a treatment for addiction, according to The Independent.

The original study in the usage of MDMA in addiction treatment began at Imperial College London and clinical psychiatrist and senior research fellow at Imperial College London Dr Ben Sessa stated on his website: 266 more words

Interview: Matt Williams and Caroline Morton

Matt is a consultant in oncology and an academic at Imperial College London. Caroline is a GP trainee and an education fellow at Imperial College London. 63 more words

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Insight: Grantham Research Fellowship

Jeff Hardy joined the Grantham Institute – Climate Change and the Environment as a Research Fellow in 2016 to focus on developing alternative future energy scenarios and strategic narratives around society-led low carbon transformations. 818 more words

Communicating Climate Change

The Empire State Building was lit in blue for a Chinese university’s birthday

The iconic Empire State Building was lit in blue in tribute to a prestigious Chinese university on Saturday (May 20).

We’re honoring the 120th anniversary of Zhejiang University in Hangzhou China, with lights in blue.

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Statins myth: thousands are dying because of warnings over non-existent side effects

False claims about the risks of statins may have cost the lives of tens of thousands of Britons, researchers have said, after a Lancet study found the drugs do not cause side-effects which have deterred many. 813 more words

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Alumni Spotlight: Henry Quiroz

Henry had a clear-cut goal when he decided to study English: he wanted to study and work overseas. With a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from the University of Chile and an MS in economics and finance from the University of Santiago, Henry’s professional interests lay in finance and he wanted to pursue an MBA. 469 more words

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People whose 'brain age' is older than their real age more likely to die early.

Scientists at Imperial College London used MRI scans and algorithms to produce computer-generated brain age and spot risk of dying young.

Doctors may be able to warn patients if they are at risk of early death by analysing their brains, British scientists have discovered. 423 more words