A new method to aid in the development of antibiotics for tuberculosis (TB) infections has been devised.
Scientists reveal why sprouts taste better as you get older… and why your grandparents were right all along
Researchers from the University of Warwick are sharing food for thought about the humble sprout this Christmas.
A facility using gene-editing technology to improve quality, resilience and sustainability of vegetable crops has opened at the University of Warwick.
Scientists have found a promising new compound, benzyloxy-cyclopentyladenosine (BnOCPA), which has been shown to be a potent and selective pain killer in test model systems . BnOCPA is also selective in its action, and non-addictive, opening up the potential for the development of potent analgesics without side effects.
Incorporate the actions of individual farmers when forming policies to tackle livestock disease outbreaks, say researchers from the University of Warwick and University of Nottingham.