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child being spoon fed

nutritional survey of baby food on sale in Europe has shown that a significant number of products contain high sugar levels that contradict World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendations.

Peptides assembling

Scientists have developed an integrated computational and experimental approach to investigate the way proteins and peptides – chains of amino acids – aggregate.

Chloe Townley receiving her price for best oral presentation

The School of Chemistry held its annual Postgraduate Research Conference recently, showcasing the cutting edge research being carried out within the School.

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A University Academic Fellow at the School of Mathematics has received a prestigious award from the London Mathematical Society.

Edible insects

Edible insects could be a key ingredient to avoiding a global food crisis, according to a new report, but there are significant barriers to overcome before they are part of the mainstream.