Centre review published

Posted on 28th January 2013

The European Centre has published its 2011-2012 review.

The document highlights the Centre’s key activities since its launch, with details of core research areas, projects, events and business collaborations.

Amongst the achievements included in the report are Dr Ben Wheeler’s research demonstrating that people tend to report better health the closer they live to the coast, Dr Cassandra Phoenix’s research into ageing and physical activity, Dr Nick Osborne’s findings that atopic disease is related to latitude, and Dr William Gaze’s analysis of the development of antibiotic resistance in bacteria.

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