Reports from cannabis users that the drug reduces the symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may be explained by new research from the University of Bath.
How and why we use animals in some of our research and teaching, and how we make sure we keep to the highest ethical standards.
A biological switch that reliably turns protein expression on at will has been invented by University of Bath and Cardiff University scientists.
Research published in Addiction Biology by scientists at the University of Bath reveals a new potential mechanism for combatting drug addiction relapse.
New research shows how the brains of young mice develop during early life.
Biologists have uncovered how a family of essential genes interacts could offer clues about how new types of cells come to evolve.
Our Centre for the Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research and Applications (CAMERA) worked with dogs to research how animals move.
Showing the public the high welfare standards research animals receive will build trust in scientists, says Dr Sarah Bailey, Chair of the Animal Research Forum.
We've developed a minimally invasive method of blood sampling, which allows multiple samples to be taken from the same animal with as little stress as possible.
How zebrafish have been used in our research to better understand a human disease gene associated with skin and pigment diseases.
Mouse blood pressure measurements aid our understanding of how early-life environment and genetics are translated into later life health.
More about why models based on mouse genetics are useful to better understand early embryonic development in humans.