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New gene breakthrough at University of Sydney could protect global cereal crops from disease
What’s next in the evolution of plant-based dairy?
Queen’s University Belfast opens Centre for Excellence in Agriculture and Food Integrity
Gene editing bill introduced to parliament in hope of boosting food security
“A clear and urgent public health need”: Professor Cathie Martin on her team’s vitamin D-rich gene edited tomatoes
Gut health explained: what it is and how to improve it
New scoring system that shows in depth carbohydrate nutritional value developed in the US
Welcome from the editor: the history of food and drink
What is collagen, and what is it good for?
Israeli start-up Aleph Farms to develop cultivated collagen
Gut health food brand Bio&Me raises £1.4million in funding round with help from England Captain Harry Kane
Austrian start-up Arkeon secures $7M to turn CO2 into food with sights set on Mars
Ultra Processed Foods, gut health and pollution all contribute to childhood obesity, says new study
What role can probiotics play in sport performance?
Vegetarians and vegans are less likely to develop prostate and breast cancer, University of Oxford study reveals
How receptacles and cutlery affect our eating and drinking experience
Table Talk celebrates reaching 100,000 listens
AI technology is being developed to tackle malnutrition in care homes
The science behind hangovers, with Prof David Nutt
Flavour – is it all in the mind?