When it comes to invasive species in the United Kingdom, a few ounces of hot water may be worth nearly £2 billion in annual management costs, according to a new study.
Parasites can play an important role in driving cannibalism, according to a new study.
Female fruit flies may be more likely to reject the sperm of mates that are inferior, an international research team has found.
Three University of Leeds academics have been honoured with a Medical Research Council (MRC) Suffrage Award.
Four University of Leeds researchers have volunteered to fight the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone.
Researchers have cracked a code that governs infections by a major group of viruses including the common cold and polio.
Professor Sheena Radford has undertook research to determine how peptides self-aggregate and form fibrils under certain conditions.
Research by Dr Keith Hamer on the foraging and breeding ecology has had impact in the understanding of interactions between seabirds and fisheries.
Professor John Altringham's research on the conservation of bat species has promoted the need for evidence based conservation practices
Dr Utley has carried out research over a number of years to increase understanding of the issues faced by children with varying types of movement and co-ordination difficulties.