World-leading ANPC scientists have found metabolic evidence of multi-organ dysfunction in blood-plasma samples from COVID-19-infected WA patients. Now they’re running large-scale analyses and looking at potential long-term effects.
As British farmers struggle to provide fresh food for the UK’s citizens, grappling with labour shortages and complex export supply chains, vertical farm facilities are attracting increasing interest.
World metabolomics expert Professor Jeremy Nicholson talks, pre-pandemic, with News-Medical.net about some of the world’s most pressing and costly healthcare challenges – and how to combat them from the inside out.
Health researchers and consumers now have ready access to the extensive nutritional database developed by CSIRO and The Heart Foundation via a new, sophisticated online analytics platform developed by UK-based Nutritics.
Game-changing ‘nutritional fingerprinting’ research enables accurate early intervention to combat world’s costliest diseases
Breakthrough collaborative research by Australian, UK and US researchers has advanced in our understanding of individual differences in metabolic response to diet, with far-reaching potential benefits in preventing lifestyle-related disease.
Is there a link between the gut microbiome and weight loss? Yes, say world-leading experts in the emerging field of personalised nutrition.
This video highlights some of the high-tech commercial vertical-farming operations supplying fresh greens to cities across the world – and some of the big-name investors backing them.
Global malt-product supplier Muntons has invested in a novel closed-loop solution to shrink its carbon footprint, turning waste into biofertiliser for its barley suppliers and green power for itself.
This useful continuing compilation provides ‘rolling updates and breaking news on the implications of COVID-19 for the food sector’ from across William Reed Business Media’s B2B titles.
Recent research has found that eating a Mediterranean diet causes microbiome changes linked to better cognitive function and memory, immunity and bone strength, notes Prof. Paul O’Toole in this article from The Conversation.