Hamza Fareed Malik

Warwick University researchers to investigate possible link between genetic mutation and controlled breathing

Researchers at the University of Warwick’s School of Life Sciences will investigate the role of a certain genetic mutation in the process of controlled breathing, after prior studies supported a potential connection.  According to Professor Nicholas Dale at the School, the protein Conexxin 26 (Cx26) has previously been identified as being...
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Posted Nov. 21, 2020

Anti-racism training: how do we ensure a meaningful and long-term impact?

Anti-racism training, or racial sensitivity training, aims to tackle and prevent instances of racism and prejudice in institutions ranging from workplaces and businesses to places of education. In September, Alexandra Wilson, a black barrister practising in London, stated on Twitter that she had been mistaken for a defendant three times...
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Posted Nov. 18, 2020

Rohingya Muslims: the most persecuted group in the world

The Rohingya are a Muslim ethnic minority group in Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia. They make up the largest percentage of Muslims in the country. The Rohingya are not considered a people of Myanmar and are denied citizenship in the country, effectively making them stateless. At the start of 2017, about...
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Posted Oct. 4, 2020