Interviews about Medicine

Interviews about medicine, physiology, pathology, bacteria and viruses, pharmacology, food, hormones, neuroscience and psychology...

05 February 2019

Light can be used to control brain circuits to change behaviour...

05 February 2019

Meet the monsters that can hijack your brain...

05 February 2019

Meet the subtle signals you miss that alter your behaviour...

05 February 2019

What's happening in the brain when a hypnotist gets to work...

02 February 2019

A reversible contraceptive technique for males has been developed by researchers in China.

02 February 2019

Genetically modified chickens package up proteins needed for life-saving drugs in their egg whites.

01 February 2019

Can technology give a voice back to the voiceless?

29 January 2019

Oxytocin makes rats more adventurous and protects their cells from ageing...

29 January 2019

How do smells influence memory consolidation during sleep?

29 January 2019

Mollicutes bacteria help leafcutter ants to become better fungus farmers.

29 January 2019

Oestrogen response in breast cancer cells is not cyclical, as previously thought.

29 January 2019

Why can prolonged sitting down be bad for our health, and what can we do about it?

29 January 2019

How can you tell which precursors to lung cancer will become cancer, and which won't?

29 January 2019

Is there any science behind the so-called "most depressing day of the year"?

22 January 2019

Why do we run a fever when we get infected?

22 January 2019

A new technique uses existing drugs to transform cancer cells.

20 January 2019

How can stress impact on kids' health behaviours, and what can be done to help?

20 January 2019

Could the shape of your pint glass influence the speed at which you drink your pint?

20 January 2019

What does stress do to our decision of whether to choice a healthy, or not so healthy, snack?

20 January 2019

How distracting are you as a car passenger? The answer could lie in your own driving skills....

15 January 2019

The pesky virus invades cells and there are unfortunately no vaccines or drug treatments that can stop it... Yet!

15 January 2019

Mitochondrial inheritance has spun the scientific community on its head...

15 January 2019

A chemically intelligent repair material supplies wounds with just what they need.

31 December 2018

Controlled doses of peanut extract can help reverse peanut allergy. Pam Ewan explains...