Interviews about Medicine

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

04 August 2020

What exactly is the UK goverment's new obesity strategy?

04 August 2020

The team tuck into some BBQ-flavoured insects...

04 August 2020

Can you really cook a cake on a BBQ?

04 August 2020

The experience of food goes way beyond eating...

04 August 2020

What is parosmia, and how does it impact eating?

04 August 2020

What's the chemistry behind why food can taste so delicious?

04 August 2020

We're tucking in to the science of BBQ...

28 July 2020

What's the world's largest organism? How did gin & tonic change the world? Stories from the living world...

28 July 2020

From gold blood, to blue blood, to blood on the dance floor - here are some weird science stories...

21 July 2020

The kidney transplant that's lasted 50 years

20 July 2020

Over half of patients in hospital with COVID show signs of heart damage

20 July 2020

Stripes can be rather a pain for some people...

20 July 2020

What exactly is a migraine headache, and how can they be treated?

20 July 2020

We muse over some of the latest neuroscience research with our local experts...

15 July 2020

Between extra genes and two families of cells, female mammals get a leg up in many different ways...

15 July 2020

The way females deal with having two X chromosomes leads to a mosaic effect across the body...

14 July 2020

Hunting everywhere for COVID-19

14 July 2020

Investigating the airborne spread of COVID-19

07 July 2020

A plaster-like sensor to monitor Covid symptoms...

07 July 2020

How do Covid antibody tests work?

07 July 2020

How do the "do I have Covid now?" tests actually work?

07 July 2020

What can reading genetic codes reveal about inherited immune diseases?

07 July 2020

How should localised outbreaks be managed?

30 June 2020

New insights into how HIV infects the female reproductive tract