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The University of Birmingham has completed the first comprehensive assessment of common synthetic chemicals found in food.
An international team of researchers have raised the alarm over stalled adoption of biotechnologies, which they argue would otherwise improve future food security.
The University of Bath and Birmingham research aims to overcome the challenge of plastic products losing their quality as they are recycled.
The team developing the probiotic drink is seeking funding for a clinical trial which has potential to work against many resistant bacteria commonly found in the human gut including E. coli, Salmonella and Klebsiella pneumoniae.
The UK Royal Society for Public Health has reportedly already called for PACE labelling to replace the current food labelling system, but to date, there is said to have been little evidence to support the idea.
A new report has stated that harnessing new technology so that Indian farmers make better business decisions could help to tackle the sustainable cooling challenge facing India and the wider world.
20 September 2016 | By University of Birmingham
A team of researchers led by the University of Birmingham warns that without improvements in technology, global crop yields are likely to fall...