Innovation in Medicine

Following insect ‘footprints’ to improve crop resilience and monitor pollinator biodiversity


Bees and other insects leave behind tiny “footprints” of environmental DNA on plants each time they visit, giving researchers a way of tracking where insects have been, and offering clues on how to help them flourish.

Higher dose of new antimalarial drug reduces disease recurrence by 85%

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