Patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital and Southampton Children's Hospital are taking part in research to work out how they respond to COVID-19 vaccination.
Researchers have developed new antimicrobial technology for air filters that can kill bacteria, fungi and viruses including SARS-CoV-2.
The relationship between oral health and overall health has been a focus for research for some time, explain Professors Iain Chapple and Tariq Iqbal.
A new collaborative network that facilitates remote training and access to advanced microscopy will strengthen research capability and capacity in the region.
Geneticists and archaeologists analysed 1,200 people from the United Arab Emirates and found genetic traces of population mixing spanning thousands of years.
University of Birmingham experts are leading a new initiative to help save the lives of thousands of women giving birth by c-section in developing nations.
A non-invasive imaging technique has shown potential in helping surgeons plan epilepsy operations.
A world-leading global surgical research team led by the University of Birmingham has received £7 million to continue life-saving work in developing countries.
A UK research study looking into a new approach to treat primary sclerosing cholangitis, a rare disease where the body's immune attacks its own liver.
Dr Caroline Gorvin has been awarded the distinguished Sir Henry Dale Fellowship worth nearly £1 million to better understand how food intake is regulated.
A new study shows that people living with HIV have a 63% higher risk of developing any mental health condition in comparison to people without HIV.
Certain blood cancer and arthritis patients have a significantly reduced antibody response to double COVID-19 vaccination in the first six months of being treated with a widely used drug, reveals a new study.