Interviews about Medicine

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

27 November 2011

Changhuei Yang explains his design for a lensless microscope...

27 November 2011

A new study has confirmed the long term benefits of taking statins to treat heart disease...

25 November 2011

Lenses displaying emails before your eyes, flowing materials, stress on the mind and a night flowering orchid...

22 November 2011

Looking at ways to reduce the cost of anti-venom...

21 November 2011

Denis Burdakov explains what happens when you have food on the brain...

13 November 2011

Ian Lipkin discusses the science behind the film Contagion which depicts the series of events that unfold with the...

13 November 2011

A new biotechnology company called Medicago have developed a technique for quickly and cheaply producing vaccines using...

13 November 2011

Looking at whether flu can trigger heart attacks in vulnerable people

13 November 2011

A new target for Malaria vaccines, How seeing and paying attention to things uses separate parts of the brain and the...

13 November 2011

As we enter “flu season” in the northern hemisphere, to help track the spread of seasonal flu here in the UK and...

06 November 2011

Professor Chris Marshall discusses research on the Ras pathway and his hopes for personalised medicine making it to the...

06 November 2011

The science surrounding cancer is multifaceted. It involves clinicians, chemists, geneticists, and even physicists....

06 November 2011

Madhusudan Srinivasan discusses a new target for cancer drugs - blocking the repair of DNA...

06 November 2011

Most cell types in our body are being constantly replenished, but we still get old. A sub population of cells are said...

04 November 2011

This week's NewsFlash explores how smoking could pave the way for cocaine use, how our skin sees sunlight in order...

30 October 2011

Simon Waddington explains how you could use gene therapy to treat certain disorders as early as in the womb...

30 October 2011

Iain McNeish discusses how adenoviruses could be used to find and kill cancerous cells within the body...

30 October 2011

Rob MacLaren explores how we can manipulate genes to restore vision in patients with inherited blindness...

30 October 2011

Haemophilia is a disorder of blood clotting factors, leading to excessive bleeding in patients. To find out what it...

30 October 2011

Maria Limberis explores how respiratory disorders such as Cystic Fibrosis can be targeted by gene therapy...

30 October 2011

Kathy High explains how changing the expression of genes can help treat diseases such as Haemophilia...

24 October 2011

Scientists have brought language and computer science to the kitchen to teach you a language whilst you're cooking...

21 October 2011

The opening of the World's first spaceport, improving IVF success with genetic screening, New hope for a Malaria...

16 October 2011

John Pickett discusses how plants can recruit insects to keep other pests at bay...