Interviews about Medicine

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

14 May 2019

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

14 May 2019

Injured lungs, previously unfit for transplant, can be repaired and then transplanted using a new technique.

07 May 2019

Our panel unravel the science behind common mythconceptions.

30 April 2019

How do you help sick race horses?

30 April 2019

How might genetics be important for treating obesity?

30 April 2019

Using stem cells to heal wounds

26 April 2019

A new study is probing the reproducibility of science at the level of the whole country...

26 April 2019

Blood samples can be used to determine gestational age...

26 April 2019

Evidence that government efforts to increase vaccine uptake do affect disease rates...

26 April 2019

How does the brain map a missing hand?

23 April 2019

Scientists can use good bugs to fights off bad bugs

23 April 2019

Imagine a world without anaesthetics... No thanks!

23 April 2019

Microbiologist Luke McNally brought a potent potion to the Edinburgh Science Festival...

23 April 2019

Do the lumps and bumps on your head mean anything? Sophie Goggins busts the myths of Phrenology.

23 April 2019

Fingerprints can help catch a culprit, but what about their microbes?

23 April 2019

Curator Sophie Goggins tells us about the odd x-ray machine to measure your shoes.

20 April 2019

We pick apart some of the latest neuroscience news...

20 April 2019

Music therapy is used in neuro-rehabilitation...

20 April 2019

How does music therapy work?

20 April 2019

How can music therapy be used to help in psychological illness?

16 April 2019

How does this new oven measure up?

16 April 2019

How do you find local, seasonal food?

16 April 2019

Just who's behind this new oven?

16 April 2019

Could we make our immune systems destroy cancer?