Cool as ice: How new research is helping scientists preserve cells
A method to store advanced cell models has been developed by researchers at the University of Warwick.
Pathogen mapped for the first time – to understand evolution and potential treatments
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.
Can super-speedy plant cells feed a growing population?
New research will investigate whether specialised plant “train tracks” that move molecules in cells could help feed the growing population.
New study into Tuberculosis membrane molecules will aid drug delivery
A new method to aid in the development of antibiotics for tuberculosis (TB) infections has been devised.
£1.7m memorial donation enables new antimicrobial research
A £1.7 million memorial donation will help drive new research into antimicrobial resistance at the University of Warwick.