The summer edition of the Noclor Research Newsletter is now online. This issue looks at some major changes in the world of research, including the impact of Brexit on medical research, a “gagging” clause on researchers that was narrowly averted, the latest on a “game-changer” HIV drug and a big drop in antibiotic prescriptions. Within our partner Trusts, Stefan Priebe […]Read more "Noclor Research Newsletter – Summer edition"
The latest issue of the Noclor Research Newsletter is now online. The spring edition features the latest research news from London and beyond. We review the first of a series of Noclor health conversations with Sir Harry Burns, a leading expert on the links between between social deprivation, poverty and ill-health, addressing the question: What […]Read more "Noclor Research Newsletter – Spring edition"
An app to help vision impaired people navigate the London Underground with their smartphones is being trialled at Euston station. The concept is an initiative of the Royal London Society for Blind People (RLSB) Youth Forum.Read more "New app to help the vision-impaired navigate the Underground being tested at Euston"
The winter edition of the Noclor Research Newsletter is now available online, bringing you the latest news from our partner NHS Trusts and the wider research world. This issues features an update on a breakthrough HIV prevention drug, news on the future of the NHS availability of homeopathy, and recognition for the scientist who stood […]Read more "Noclor Research Newsletter – Winter edition"