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Release date- 20022014 -
Substantial prize money is made available for innovative ideas to promote further successful translation.
This is the second year the University has reached the final stages of the contest that carries a winning prize of
Examples of the BBSRC-funded work that secured the University its shortlisting include:
Research into campylobacter bacteria - the cause of the majority of food poisoning cases in the
Research examining how to best tackle organisms that cause destructive diseases in plants and animals including potatoes and fish
Investigations into mutations of proteins within the body that act on the male steroid hormones, testosterone and dehydrotestosterone, and have been linked with prostate cancer and disruption of male development
Research into Zebrafish leading to formation of
'The breadth of projects that secured the University this nomination is demonstrative of a diverse and innovative body of research funded by the BBSRC that is resulting in social and economic benefits.
A University team lead by Dr Duncan will be making their pitch at the completion final and award ceremony that takes place in
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