Seabed life promises new wave of antibiotics
The search is on for new antibiotics, with antimicrobial resistance now one of the world’s most pressing public health issues.
Meningitis vaccine could save thousands of young lives
Research directly influencing the Department of Health’s decision to introduce a vaccine against meningitis B into the routine immunisation schedule for all babies in the UK could avert over 4,400 cases of meningococcal disease in England over the next 10 years.
Revolutionising synthetic peptide production
Biochemists at the University of Bristol have developed a revolutionary method for peptide design and production that will contribute to the availability of more effective pharmaceuticals.
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