Alistair Brownlee MBE, Olympic and World Champion triathlete and Leeds alumnus (BSc Sports Science & Physiology 2009), has officially opened a new exercise science research facility at the University.
Professor Jurgen Denecke (Faculty of Biological Sciences) writes for The Conversation about genetic modification and genetic engineering in crops.
Cerebral palsy is a chronic neurological condition that affects how individuals control their muscles and movements. It is usually caused by injury to the brain before, during or after birth.
Scientists behind new research into the effects of transport infrastructure on biodiversity have developed much-needed approaches to protect wildlife.
Professor White’s group’s observations on rats suggest that appropriate exercise regimes may be useful in the treatment of pulmonary artery hypertension.
A mother from Grantham says a vaccine designed to prevent her daughter getting cervical cancer has led to the teenager developing a neurological condition.
Offshore wind farms which are to be built in waters around the UK could pose a greater threat to protected populations of gannets than previously thought.
For most people diseases and parasites are only seen as something to be eradicated because of their negative impacts on the health and wellbeing of humans, or agricultural and wild species.
The first images of motor proteins in action are published in the journal Nature Communications today.
Dr Simon Goodman wins the inaugural Vice-Chancellor’s Impact Award for the Medicine and Biological Science Category - Biosecurity and sustainable tourism in the Galapagos Islands.
Dr Alex O'Neil has been featured as an award winner for his research 'Silent antibiotic resistence genes:an overlooked issue of considerable importance in antibacterial chemotherapy' in the Times Higher Education publication
A pioneering digital musician is following in the footsteps of physicist Brian Cox by being chosen to give a public lecture at the British Science Festival in Bradford (7-10 September).
Dr Alex McLean
Professor Tim Benton has been appointed to the post of UK Global Food Security Champion.
Professor Ingham examinines the biological effects of wear particles from joint replacements.
Professor Sheena Radford has undertaken research to determine how peptides self-aggregate and form fibrils under certain conditions.
Professors Urwin and Atkinson have developed three novel technologies for nematode control.