Interviews about Medicine

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

20 June 2019

Does standing up affect how food tastes?

11 June 2019

A pharmaceutical pioneer takes us into the world of targeted treatments...

04 June 2019

There’s not a moment to lose when it comes to catching prey, why not bring them down with poison or venom?

04 June 2019

With Wimbledon just around the corner, Izzie Clarke picked up her racket to explore the quick pace of tennis.

31 May 2019

Scientists combine a spider venom gene with fungi to tackle malaria-carrying mosquitoes...

31 May 2019

New eLife editor-in-chief Mike Eisen shares his vision of how science should be communicated

30 May 2019

Genetic analyses can help to pinpoint where people got infected with malaria, enabling better interventions...

30 May 2019

Inflammation in newborns disrupts how their nervous systems make breathing adjustments later in life...

28 May 2019

How is air pollution from transport affecting our health, and what can be done about it?

21 May 2019

A combined vaccine against Ebola virus, Margurg virus and Lassa fever.

21 May 2019

How are vaccines tested, and do they have side effects?

21 May 2019

Where do these beliefs come from and how do we address them?

21 May 2019

What are vaccines and how do they protect us?

20 May 2019

We rock babies to sleep, why not adults?

20 May 2019

Why is there a paucity of new drugs for mental illness?

20 May 2019

Because chemical connections between neurons are slightly unreliable, it doesn’t always help to have more...

20 May 2019

Scientists have managed to temporarily boost the working memory of older people...

20 May 2019

How do doctors go about helping people who suffer from dementia?

20 May 2019

How many different types of dementia are there?

19 May 2019

How good are we at spotting men with post natal depression?

19 May 2019

Modelling the human gut on a chip

14 May 2019

How good are wasps at logical reasoning? We've been finding out!

14 May 2019

A new test can tell which patients will benefit from early aggressive therapy for inflammatory bowel diseases

14 May 2019

Viruses offer an alternative to antibiotics for treating resistant bacterial infections.