The complex 3D structure of one of the world’s most lethal families of plant viruses has been revealed in unprecedented detail by scientists at Leeds.
The partnership is between the Centre for Plant Sciences and International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics.
A molecular compound in green tea could hold the key to preventing deaths from heart attacks and strokes caused by atherosclerosis, according to new research.
A £103 million revolution to develop new technologies which will drive forward biology and medicine research and development has been officially launched today.
Long-lived seabird species, such as gannets, take several years to learn where the best feeding grounds are and how to recognize them, new research has revealed.
This research was led by Dr Andrew Macdonald at The Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology.
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Prof. Eileen Ingham (Biomedical Sciences) and Prof. John Fisher (Engineering), are the founders of the Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering - find out why they have been shortlisted.
Congratulations to Professor Helen Miller on being elected as the new President of the British Society of Animal Science.
The award was presented by Prince Andrew at the Royal Society on 20th March.
The programme, led by Professor Tim Benton, will conduct research activities in South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi and the UK.
Professors Urwin and Atkinson have developed three novel technologies for nematode control.
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.
Research by Dr Keith Hamer on the foraging and breeding ecology has had impact in the understanding of interactions between seabirds and fisheries.
Research carried out by Dr Ichiyama has led to the development of a rehabilitation training regime which allows an animal with spinal cord injury causing complete paralysis to walk again.