Pharmaceuticals

19 June 2018

Developing new drugs is extremely costly; can we re-purpose a diabetes drug to benefit the heart?

19 June 2018

What if we had a vaccine to prevent unclogged up arteries?

31 May 2018

Aspirin helps to reduce inflammation and the number of strokes associated with tuberculous meningitis.

31 May 2018

Pharmaceutical companies are making high-quality chemical probes available to the research community.

09 January 2018

Could the perfect poison be something we haven't detected yet?

24 October 2017

Listen to Eve Marder talk about what makes a great paper.

26 September 2017

Scientists have developed an implantable device that mimics the pancreas as a potential therapy for type one diabetes.

12 September 2017

What does the future hold for medicine?

12 September 2017

A new type of treatment has just been approved.

12 September 2017

A new type of antibiotic which could turn the tide on resistance.

12 September 2017

How do drugs get from the bench to your bedside?

12 September 2017

About half of all drugs owe their origins to plants

16 May 2017

Could a bad night's sleep increase sensitivity to pain?

11 April 2017

Taking antibiotics during pregnancy may lead to behaviour changes in your child.

15 December 2016

A new approach helps researchers to assess data from many small-scale studies before designing clinical trials.

20 September 2016

New chemicals on bed nets could beat resistance in malaria carrying mosquitoes.

22 August 2016

Could a common technique to prevent premature birth actually cause it?

30 June 2016

A new way to produce a malaria drug using tobacco plants.

07 June 2016

Opiod painkillers like morphine are extremely powerful, but new research shows that they could cause chronic pain.

03 April 2016

These days origami has more uses than just paper, like using DNA to make teeny tiny objects!

23 March 2016

Genomics can track antibiotic resistance during beef production