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Pesticide degradation in river ecosystems in a changing climate

  Research Group: CENTA - Central England NERC Training Alliance
Project Highlights. ·      Pesticides are vital for their role in food security, but thorough regulatory testing is required to ensure they are safe for both human health and the environment. Read more
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EASTBIO: Establishing drivers for the generation and transmission of antimicrobial resistance in the food chain

  Research Group: Infection Medicine
Deanery of Biomedical Sciences. Pathogenic microorganisms pose a significant threat to food security and in the spread of infectious diseases, particularly where the transmission of antibiotic resistant organisms (ARO) remains a critical concern1. Read more

Do pesticide exposed honey bees feel the heat?

Multiple stressors are implicated in UK honey bee colony losses, but whilst our understanding of stressors such as climate change and pesticides is improving, we lack an appreciation of how they interact. Read more
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The cost of highly hazardous pesticide self-poisoning in India

Over 700,000 people die by suicide annually and 80% of these deaths occurring in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). Suicide by pesticide ingestion is the second most common means of suicide globally - 10-20% of all suicide deaths are by pesticide self-poisoning. Read more

Testing the risks of chemicals to the Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Symbiosis (Ref: CTP-SAI-041)

Arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) is a symbiosis formed between soil fungi and plant roots. Most land plants including our most widely grown crops benefit from this symbiosis. Read more
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Exploring The Utility of Transcriptomics Data in Toxicology

One of the challenges for the future of agriculture is to sustainable increase food production, using only the same or ideally less land area, to provide the quality and quantity required to meet the needs of an increasingly affluent & growing human population and simultaneously mitigating climate change and protecting or regenerating biodiversity. Read more

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