News

Are chemicals damaging the health of male otters?

25 February 2013

Hormone disrupting chemicals linked to problems in reproductive health of male otters.

Student adventurer launches ‘Biggest and Baddest’ series

18 February 2013

School of Biosciences’ resident adventurer goes in search of world’s largest creatures.

Seeking out cancer stem cells

13 February 2013

Double funding success for research examining Cancer Stem Cells

Huge funding boost to help transform cancer therapies

8 February 2013

£2.45million grant to further scientists’ understanding of cancer stem cells.

Nature counting on global unity in preventing biodiversity loss

8 February 2013

United Nations targets on halting biodiversity loss can only be met if countries agree on common monitoring system.

Endangered species project receives vital funding

29 January 2013

Funding to help tackle forest fragmentation, habitat degradation and poaching.

Discovering a new role for a breast cancer gene

17 January 2013

Targeting Bcl3 could be advantageous in advanced breast cancer to prevent tumours spreading.

Shining Light on Co-infection

13 January 2013

A study using glowing bacteria to examine the consequences of co-infection

Co-infection and disease control

9 January 2013

New study identifies significance of co-infection in disease control.

Operation Ouch! University takes part in new CBBC series

11 December 2012

Watch Dr Kelly BéruBé in brand new medical series for CBBC