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United Kingdom

Language:

English

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d@mcni.ch


Episodes

Elaine Dzierzak

9/13/2018
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Elaine is trying to make stem cells, and she was kind enough to talk to us about the importance of finding a question that drives you, tiny little mouse hearts, and Vegas slots

Duration:00:28:28

David Henderson

8/30/2018
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David is looking at the links between multimorbidity and social care, and he spoke to us about wrangling massive datasets, calling 999 from 111 and drumming in the infantry

Duration:00:28:33

Origin Stories

8/9/2018
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This one is just the two of us, talking to each other about what we used to do and how we got here. Listen out for Indian flag cosplay, prosthetic hands and some seagulls in the background

Duration:00:30:01

Adriano Rossi

7/26/2018
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Adriano is researching the mechanisms of inflammation, and he was kind enough to talk to us about white blood cells, zebrafish and how we’re just here to serve our gut bacteria overlords

Duration:00:29:59

Philippa Saunders

7/12/2018
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Philippa works on sex steroids, and she was kind enough to talk to us about Arnold Schwarznegger, her rather unusual PhD viva, and the extraordinary growth of pig blastocysts

Duration:00:30:01

Henry McSorley

6/28/2018
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Henry is isolating compounds from parasites in the hope that they might be useful in the treatment of allergies and immune disorders, and he was kind enough to talk to us about whale guts, medical uses for Tabasco sauce, and the way that mummies are all full of worms

Duration:00:29:59

Chris Gregory

6/14/2018
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Chris works with cancer and inflammation, and we talked to him about apoptosis, Prometheus and treacherous big-eaters

Duration:00:30:01

Margarete Heck

5/31/2018
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Margarete works on a protein she discovered called invadolysin, and she kindly talked to us about genetics, flyverine, mitosis and getting flies in the post

Duration:00:30:01