Dr Jessica Baker, Dr Mark Hopkins and Dr Josie South have received prestigious fellowships to support their groundbreaking research in climate, health and invasive species.
Environment staff and students are involved in several COP 28 events on a range of topics, with many contributing to the daily themes over the two week period.
A psychological effect may be a factor in people experiencing a physical reaction to eating gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye and barley that can cause abdominal discomfort.
Naelijwa Mshanga, Commonwealth split-site PhD student, has been honoured as the recipient of the prestigious award for Women in Science Sub-Saharan Africa Young Talent Award.
A novel aqueous lubricant technology designed to help people who suffer from a dry mouth is five times more effective than existing commercially available products, according to laboratory tests.