Researchers from central London are working on using nanotechnology to make advances in healthcare.
Researchers from Imperial College London and University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, are studying the Leishmania parasite to improve our understanding of one of the most neglected tropical diseases.
Researchers from the Medical Research Council and Cancer Research Institute are working with an optical designer to develop a new microscope focussing on the quantity as well as quality of cellular imaging.
Researchers from Robert Gordon University are studying how obesity, fat distribution and body shape can cause health problems.
Obesity has reached epidemic proportions and the World Health Organisation estimates that, by 2015, about 3 billion adults will be overweight or obese worldwide.
Researchers from University of Oxford are studying how viruses from wild animals develop into emerging infections in humans.
Researchers from around the UK will demonstrate how they are using Diamond Light Source to take an in-depth look at the world around us.
Researchers from The Babraham Institute in Cambridge and University of Oxford are studying how cells communicate with each other using chemical messages to translate events occurring outside the cell into a response, which may provide insights into the processes governing healthy ageing.
Researchers from the Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit are using modern imaging methods to unlock the mysteries of how the human brain works.