Third year for Berlin bovine TB research visit for Plymouth biomedical sciences students
Plymouth University news: Kati O'Brien, a final-year Biomedical Sciences student from Plymouth University, has just returned from a six-week research visit to the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin.
Could co-infection with other viruses detrimentally affect the survival of those with Ebola virus?
Plymouth University news: Why did some people display the symptoms of Ebola yet not have the virus, and does infection by other viruses affect survival from the disease?
Creation of ‘micro muscles’ aids better understanding of muscle efficiency
Plymouth University news: Support that has enabled a biomedical scientist to return to research after a career break has allowed him to create muscle cells which he is using to test muscle efficiency
Non-destructive technique measures oxygen levels in 3D cells used for toxicity testing
Plymouth University news: A non-destructive technique which can measure the presence of oxygen in 3D models of biological cells has been developed by scientists at Plymouth University and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca
New study highlights effectiveness of a herpesvirus cytomegalovirus-based vaccine against Ebola virus
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University leads on a study which brings herpesvirus-based Ebola virus vaccines closer for use in great apes and humans
Work underway on £14 million health and medical research facility
Plymouth University news: The first turf has been cut at a life changing £14 million health and medical research facility at Plymouth University