A U.S. scientist is developing a method to produce inexpensive vaccines against disease. Professor Henry Daniell, from the University of Central Florida, has found a way to genetically engineer plants to make large amounts of certain vaccines.
The key to curing a disease that affects 21 million people in the U.S. could be found on your dinner table nearly every night.
Smoking is hazardous to your health - that's pretty well-known. So it might come as a surprise that some of the new uses being dreamed up for tobacco plants could actually be beneficial to your health.