Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is recognised as a major public health threat, we are contributing to the fight against AMRRead about antimicrobial resistance: putting another brick in the wall
The latest insight and developments in plant and microbial science can have major impact on human health.
The impact of John Innes Centre science on the human health sector ranges from new drug and vaccine discovery, to fighting antimicrobial resistance and mitigating nutrition-related illnesses.
A type of wrinkled ‘super pea’ may help control blood sugar levels and could reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, suggests a new studyRead about wrinkled ‘super pea’ could be added to foods to reduce diabetes risk
Scientists have produced a tomato enriched in the Parkinson’s disease drug L-DOPA in what could become a new, affordable source of one of the world’s essential medicinesRead about tomatoes offer affordable source of parkinson’s disease drug
Mashamba Philipo is working on improving the iron content in Tanzanian beans, hoping to improve the health of his community in TanzaniaRead about improving the iron content of tanzanian beans