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Catapult open for business with £1m investment in cutting-edge lab capacity to support UK drug discovery
World-class technology and expertise are now available to UK drug discovery companies as a result of new laboratory facilities developed by the Medicines Discovery Catapult and launched on Wednesday 29th March at the University of Warwick.
Professor Chris Dowson welcomed the addition of the Medicines Discovery Catapult to the University He said: “This Catapult laboratory has an extraordinary amount of capability in a small space, enabling us to make great advances in microbiology, chemistry and structural biology.
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Tuesday 2 May 2017- The microbes on us and around us: We can't see them but can't live without them
We all have one, but what is a microbiome? Discover the huge impact your microbiome has on you and your health! Microbiomes are vital in plant health and nutrient uptake, animal health and livestock rearing. Discover how we can manipulate microbiomes to reduce spread of antibiotic resistance. Please register
Led by Professor Liz Wellington
The School of Life Sciences has been recognised for its commitment to Athena SWAN in the achievement of a Bronze Award in 2013. This was renewed in April 2015 for a further three years.
"Athena SWAN is a central component of our culture and working practice and we continue to champion the development of a science department that provides collegiality and transparency to ensure equal opportunities for all"
Head of School, Professor Laura Green.
Research on pests and diseases that affect important food crops is influencing pest management practices used by farmers and helping the agritech industry to develop new disease-resistant varieties.
Exploiting natural resistance to Turnip yellows virus in oil seed rape
More than 80% of research in the School was rated as ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ in REF2014