The future of farming could involve robots– as farmers seek to address labour shortages and increase crop yields.
One of the University of Warwick’s picturesque roundabouts has been crowned Roundabout of the Year 2024, recognising its impact on promoting biodiversity and protecting the local ecosystem of bees, butterflies, and insects.
Researchers are listening to earthworms to monitor soil health, in what could be a major innovation for maintaining soil health.
Combining honey and vinegar could be an old, yet new, way of treating persistent infections.
Helping to promote the natural relationship between plants and bacteria could reduce reliance on environmentally damaging fertilisers, a study has found.
A parasite which has devasting impacts on agriculture and human health is the first pathogen to have its proteins located and mapped within its cells – providing clues to their function and helping to identify potential drug targets.