Race Against the Ageing Clock
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Discovering Epigenetics - Ageing in C. ElegansThis lesson will introduce students to the idea of using Caenorhabditis Elegans nematode worms to understand aspects of human biology (ageing) by comparing the appearance and behaviour of young and old worms raised under different conditions.
Race Against the Ageing ClockThis lesson will introduce students to epigenetics, the difference between biological and chronological age, the role of epigenetics in ageing and how different factors can influence the 'speed of ageing'.
Reprogramming adult stem cellsThis lesson will introduce students to stem cells and how adult cells can be reprogrammed to create induced pluripotent stem cells.
Can you match the epigenetic marks on your DNA with those on a 'younger' strand and lower your epigenetic age? Play our online game to try your hand at methylation and demethylation and discover the science behind the Ageing Clock.
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