Scientists have made drug-like molecules inspired by a chemical found in a tropical flower, that could in the future help to treat deadly pancreatic cancer.
Cancer Research at Bath
Our mission is to improve cancer patient outcomes by fostering links between Bath’s scientists and clinicians.
New molecules which scientists hope could one day become drugs for both cancer and diabetes have been created at the University of Bath.
A simple colour changing test to help scientists investigate potential cancer drugs has been developed by University of Bath scientists.
We're exploring how compounds derived from natural products found in daffodils could be used in potential cancer treatments.
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