New research led by the University of Birmingham suggests that skin cancer patients could have a better prognosis if their T cells send messages from five specific genes in their immune response to drugs given to treat the disease.
Making food more affordable for ethnic minority groups is crucial to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from our diets, scientists have suggested.
A study of over 1.4 million Danes has revealed a link between higher levels of exposure to two common pollutants during childhood and an increased risk of self-harm in later life. The collaboration between academics at The University of Manchester and Aarhus University in Denmark is published today (16/09/2021) in a special issue on suicide prevention of the journal Preventive Medicine .
A drug already used to treat high blood pressure could be re-purposed as the first treatment to tackle a type of vascular dementia caused by damaged and 'leaky' small blood vessels in the brain, according to research part-funded by the British Heart Foundation and published today in the.
Look great and do good: Manchester startup apparel brand Pirkani proves that British fashion can be environmentally sustainable and ethical
Manchester revealed as a 'Northern Humanitarian Powerhouse'
Francis Livens to chair Nuclear Innovation and Research Advisory Board
University of Glasgow named Scottish University of the Year
Citizens' assembly launched on attitudes to democracy
Why Do Historic Places Matter? Emotional Attachments to Urban Heritage
University renews WISE membership
Young writers in Birmingham invited to write Water Stories
New members of UCL Council announced
Explorathon Festival is back for 2021
Oxford announces the founding of the new Bennett Institute for Applied Data Science