A new method for diagnosing sickle cell disease has been found by researchers from Cambridge and Oxford Universities. This new test would be cheaper and easier to use than existing methods and provide a simpler alternative for use in developing nations.
The discovery of an elusive pump component opens up new avenues to understand and combat multidrug-resistant bacteria.
New insights into pregnancy are resulting from research on the interaction between mother and fetus at the placental interface.
Epigenetics is taking the biomedical research world by storm; three Cambridge scientists use examples from their own research to explain why.
Cambridge neurologists have shown that an antibody used to treat leukaemia also limits and repairs the damage in multiple sclerosis.