Scientists throw kitchen sink of omics techniques at understanding complicated response of prevalent human pathogen to bismuth drug
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Biology and biotechnology
The latest exhibition at Dublin’s Science Gallery explores life in the harshest environments, on Earth and beyond
Food and nutrition
Low stocks of carbon dioxide are causing problems for the food industry. So what’s really going on?
The world’s population is expected to reach 9.8 billion by 2050. This will have a significant impact on the sustainable access of the Earth’s resources, including the availability of food