Professor Sheena Radford, Professor of Biophysics and Director of the Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology, has been announced as one of the Biophysical Society's 2018 Society Fellows.
The EPSRC-funded PoPPI project aims to deepen understanding of interactions between proteins, and involves the Universities of Leeds and Bristol, along with a number of industrial partners.
Two significant research projects have been awarded £16million to build resilience in African businesses and communities as part of the University’s commitment to tackling the world's greatest issues.
A Nature-published paper linking the loss of wild flowers with pollinator decline has won the 2017 RSPB Award for a scientific paper of high conservation importance.
Food@Leeds member Prof Tim Benton's contribution includes an interactive infographic on land-use challenges.
Scientists have developed a new biological tool for examining molecules – the building blocks of life. It could provide new insights and benefits such as reducing numbers of animals used in research.
A major new insight into how Hepatitis B Virus works could pave the way for new drug treatments for the infection which is the major cause of liver cancer worldwide.
Badrilla is working with outstanding academic collaborators to develop new technologies for calibration of immunoassays.
Professor Eileen Ingham has led research over many years to develop improved approaches to aid healing and repair of soft tissues.
Professors Urwin and Atkinson have developed three novel technologies for nematode control.
Professor Ian Chopra and Dr Alex O'Neill have shown that high levels of FA prevent the development of resistant bacteria.