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Emeritus Professor Peter Andrews has recognised for his efforts to create and foster the state’s knowledge economy.
Research into brain cells of mice shows that exercise reverses changes brought about by ageing.
Analysis of previously unstudied areas of the human genome suggests people with more copies of ribosomal DNA have higher risks of developing disease.


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