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Katie Brighton

Scientific Copywriter


Katie joined Technology Networks in January 2022 after completing a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and a master’s by research degree in molecular and cellular biology, both at the University of Leeds. They loved the breadth of scientific content covered in their undergraduate studies and wanted to share their passion for research through science communication. As a scientific copywriter, Katie assembles newsletters, writes promotional webinar copy, supports the publication’s in-house writers and produces scientific content.


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Published Content
Total: 59
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News

Gut Microbiomes of Japanese Centenarians Offer New Insights Into Healthy Aging

A new study published in Nature Microbiology has uncovered a unique combination of gut bacteria and viruses in healthy Japanese centenarians, illustrating the impact of our gut microbiome on our health as we age.
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News

Moderate Protein Diet Promotes Healthy Aging

We all know having a balanced diet is important to stay healthy. New research from Waseda University has started to unpick the optimum proportion of macronutrients for a diet that supports metabolic health as we age – starting with protein.
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News

Stem Cell Therapy May Restore Fertility After Ovarian Failure

Stem cell therapy could be used to restore fertility and healthy hormone levels after ovarian failure – due to a genetic condition or following chemotherapy – according to results from a preclinical study in mice.
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News

Stem Cell Therapy Restores Fertility in Mouse Model

Stem cell therapy could be used to restore fertility and healthy hormone levels after ovarian failure – either due to a genetic condition or following chemotherapy – according to results from a preclinical study in mice.
A baby's cot.
News

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome May Have a Biological Cause

New research has identified a potential cause of sudden infant death syndrome – an abnormality in serotonin receptors in the brainstem.
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Industry Insight

Ensuring Performance, Intelligence and Sustainability in MS

At ASMS, Technology Networks spoke with Ken Suzuki and Jennifer Gushue to learn more about how Agilent is addressing customer needs with novel “intelligence” features and the company’s efforts to ensure the sustainability and longevity of its products.
Gut bacteria amongst villi in the gut.
News

New Insights Into the Link Between Gut Bacteria Makeup and Alzheimer's

A new meta-analysis from the Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) has revealed that some gut bacteria increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, while others have a protective effect.
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Industry Insight

Advancing Biomedicine With Single-Molecule Proteomics

Unlocking more information from our proteome could deepen our understanding of disease, improve detection and influence drug selection. To find out more about single-molecule proteomics, we spoke to Parag Mallick, co-founder of Nautilus Biotech.
A young couple and an old couple stand on either side of a large hourglass.
Article

The Power and Potential of Epigenetic Aging Clocks

In this article, we take a deep dive into the world of epigenetic aging clocks, finding out what they are, what they can tell us and how they might be applied in future.
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News

“Inactive” X Chromosome Plays Bigger Role in Sex Differences Than Once Thought

Research from the Whitehead Institute at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has thrown new light on the influence of the X chromosome on sex differences.
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