Zaide O’rourke reports on research at the University of Leeds which is investigating the link between diet and dementia.
A tale of wombats, excrement, and scientific research.
Because lord knows we need it.
In the wake of the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic, we have witnessed communities and nations come together in unexpected ways, based on the knowledge that collaboration is vital – and uplifting – in times of unease. […]
There has been a surge in students willing to be a part of medical trials in exchange for financial payment. Students are paid as much as £3500 to be infected with diseases such as typhoid, […]
The US government shutdown has broken the record for the longest federal shutdown in American history. While this had an obvious impact on many issues, the negative implications for scientific research have perhaps been overlooked. […]
The director of a world leading research centre based in London has warned of the possible urgency to relocate science conferences outside the UK. This warning came following visa rejections which were imposed on 17 […]
The University of Leeds is in the top 10 institutions for securing research funding, analysis conducted by the Times Higher Education (THE) reveals. According to the data provided by six research councils, Leeds was ranked […]
Since 2014, the UK has received €4.6bn from the EU’s Horizon 2020 science programme. A large portion of this money has come from research programmes exclusive to EU member states, including the European Research […]
Researchers from the University of Leeds and Queen’s University Belfast, in a partnership called the European Cancer Concord (ECC), have won the prestigious European Health Award, with their research project entitled ‘The European Cancer Patient’s […]
Two years ago Leeds was among three universities to share a £9.5 million award from the Medical Research Council. The aim was to advance research into diagnostic tools and prevent the unnecessary use of antibiotics, […]
Play David Bowie – Jean Genie When former NASA scientist Josiah Zayner pulled out a syringe during a genetic engineering workshop last October and injected himself with a gene editing enzyme, he became the first […]