St George's researchers from the Genetics Research Centre find new gene associated with hereditary spastic paraplegia
Dr Cathy Moore (Postdoctoral Research Assistant) in our I&I Research Institute discusses how parasites have shaped our history.
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The Terrorism Act 2006 includes legislation which makes it an offence to encourage or glorify terrorism or disseminate terrorist publications through internet activity.
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St George’s, University of London will also take appropriate action against any of its staff or students who use the university’s network and associated resources, including St George’s message boards or discussion forums, in contravention of the Act.
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