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Scientists at Oxford Brookes University have discovered a gene that contributes to differences in the size of male genitalia between different species of flies.
Professor of Biodiversity Conservation takes project students to the Greater Mara ecosystem (GME), Kenya, to assist in a long term project assessing the viability of wildlife conservancies.
Oxford Brookes Professor awarded grant to Fund research that could reduce recurrence of breast cancer
Proteomics is the large-scale study of the structure and function of proteins in complex biological sample. Current proteomic tools allow high-throughput analyses for the detection, identification, characterization of proteins and its posttranslational modifications.
An international collaboration led by a team at Oxford Brookes University has identified an important new gene which could open up new doors for research and developing new therapies for developmental conditions affecting the eye, brain and digits.
Probing the 3D architecture of the plant nucleus with microscopy approaches: challenges and solutions.
A new study suggests there may be genetic explanations for why some children with poor language also have poor mental health.
The cell wall regulates dynamics and size of plasma-membrane nanodomains in Arabidopsis
Article about BME and degree attainment published by senior lecturer
Our NEXT MAIN MEETING "Nucleus impact" CO-ORGANIZED WITH THE SOCIETY OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY (SEB) will be located close to MADRID at the fantastic place called El Escorial (9-11th of December 2019).