Antiepileptic medication controls seizures for the majority of people with epilepsy however between 30-40% of people will not respond to this medication and will not achieve seizure freedom. Researchers are therefore always looking for new compounds that could potentially treat epilepsy and in order to find new leads they have now started to look at the sea as a unique source of natural products that have largely been untapped for prospective drugs. In a recent report they believe they may have found some candidates in a fungus found in the Red Sea. To read more about the research, click here