Scientists discover promising new way to personalise treatment for patients with cancer and autoimmune diseases
Researchers at the University of Leeds have developed a new diagnostic approach that can quickly identify how a patient is responding to antibody medication.
From the ordinary to the extraordinary: how a simple train ride led to a breakthrough discovery in sustainable crop research
The Kepinski lab, based in the School of Biology, reveal new research into the angles of plant roots.
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Britons getting tattoos and cosmetic procedures abroad may be at risk of Hepatitis C – here’s how to avoid it
Dr Grace Roberts, researcher in the School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, writes for The Conversation.