The Quadram Institute is at the forefront of a new era of food and health research, working at the interface between food science, gut biology and health. It develops solutions to worldwide challenges in food-related disease and human health, with a lifelong focus from establishing optimum health at birth through to ensuring we age healthily.

We have interdisciplinary teams working with appropriate international organisations to address these major issues, working together to deliver innovative new solutions.

A new glycoenzyme to help identify diabetes biomarkers in blood serum

Genome sequencing SARS-CoV-2 plays a critical role in informing national and international COVID-19 public health responses

Human milk oligosaccharides improve ‘leaky’ guts

Inspiring the public through on-line learning

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Revolutionising the diagnosis of respiratory infections using clinical metagenomics

Speed breeding technology for rapid crop development

Targeting food composition

Supporting nutrition and health in the Eastern Mediterranean Region

Targeting a life-threatening gut condition in preterm babies

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The genetics behind drug resistant enteric fever

Connecting with science through art

Supporting innovation in livestock vaccines

Guardians of the Gut: a hands-on stroll through the gut to meet your microbiome

Skills and experience for undergraduate job seekers

FOLIUM Science and Quadram Institute join forces in the fight against anti-microbial resistance

Improving the food safety and quality of fermented millet porridge in Ghana

Food composition research

Quisper – a new, digital personalised nutrition service

Miss S. Abrar analysing samples at QIB, Sept. 2018

Reducing diagnosis time for vulnerable patients in Pakistan

Prevention of Non-Communicable Diseases in Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean region