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Another member of the University of Liverpool team, Dr Anthony Hall, said: "This research is contributing to ongoing work to tackle the problem of global food shortage.
The ASE conference, which shines a light on science in education, is to be held at the University of Liverpool from January 4-7.
He has held the headship at the University of Liverpool since 2007.
Liverpool, UK, August 6 /PRNewswire/ -- - New anti-malarial developed through unique public-private collaboration Pioneering research at the University of Liverpool has led to the development of a new drug to treat Plasmodium Falciparum malaria - the most life-threatening malaria parasite, which kills one to two million people every year.
College will prepare international students for entry to the University of Liverpool in Europe's Capital of Culture for 2008 LONDON -- Kaplan, the educational and career services provider, and the University of Liverpool have announced an agreement that will establish an international college which will prepare students from around the world to take up places at the University of Liverpool.
Student union officials from Liverpool Hope Liverpool John Moores and University of Liverpool worked together to drum up support ahead of the rally - which they urged remain peaceful.
Both the University of Liverpool and Lancaster have opted to charge the maximum pounds 9,000 tuition fees from 2012 after the withdrawal of government funding.
Professor David Canter, director of the Centre for Investigative Psychology at the University of Liverpool, told a conference in the city about his study of convicted Islamic terrorists, their lives and beliefs.