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Using recent data from the UK Biobank, new research has provided strong evidence for a link between paternal diabetes and low birth weight.
A new study has shed light on the best ways to support business growth and development, through the provision of information online.
With an award winning PhD student, Fulbright Scholarship and international conference planned, the Centre has news from several of its important partnerships in the US.
High levels of tungsten in the body could double the risk of suffering a stroke, a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE has found.
With the recruitment of 3 new PhD students and several technicians and visiting students, the Centre’s Microbial Systems group has been quietly growing over the summer.
A new film airs across cinemas this month, showcasing efforts to reconnect children with nature. The film features Prof Michael Depledge and is aiming to get young people and their parents outdoors.
A new project to develop our understanding of how cities can enable women to achieve healthy and sustainable lives gets under way this month, working closely with funding partner Bupa.
A new £800,000 grant from the Medical Research Council will allow scientists to connect diverse databases and probe the links between climate, environment, and human health, for the first time.
Using the latest predictions from climate models, new research has found that changing rates of disease - caused by climate change - are likely to lead to increases in the use of a diverse range of drugs.
A new study published this week has found that the build-up of harmful chemicals in the body is affecting people of all social standings - not just those from economically deprived backgrounds as previously thought.
Following previous research that has shown the natural environment can improve wellbeing, a new study is investigating the positive effects the beach can have on both our physical and mental health.
Three new review papers, co-authored by microbiologist Dr William Gaze, have emphasised the importance of the natural environment in the development of antibiotic resistance.