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A collection of stories and insights on matters of discovery that advance life sciences. Brought to you by the curious people at Cytiva.
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73. War! What is it good for?

Discovery MattersMay 16, 2023

73. War! What is it good for?
May 16, 202315:24
72. Cryogenic cold chains and CAR T
Apr 24, 202314:56
71. Revived therapies (part 2) - Phage therapy
Apr 14, 202320:49
70. Anti-cancer molecules
Mar 23, 202314:32
69. Never underestimate a cell
Mar 13, 202322:54
68. CRISPR and molecular aging

68. CRISPR and molecular aging

What do CRISPR and longevity have in common? Not much, except it's all molecular.

We speak to two different CEOs focused on improving human health. We begin with Dr Benjamin Oakes, Co-Founder, President, and CEO of Scribe Therapeutics who takes us through the discovery, potential, and possible limitations of CRISPR.

Then we are joined by fellow visionary, Kristen Fortney, the CEO and co-founder of BioAge, which is a clinical stage biotechnology company developing therapies that treat disease by targeting the biology of ageing.

You cannot miss these fascinating conversations.

Keywords: ageing, crispr, molecules, age, technology, disease, muscle, engineering, treat, understand, genome editing, human, jennifer doudna.

Feb 23, 202325:31
67. Revived therapies (part 1): Psychedelics
Feb 09, 202324:46
66. Getting ÄKTA ready in virtual reality
Jan 12, 202325:53
65. Best of 2022

65. Best of 2022

Mushrooms on Mars, life-saving blood from worms, cell-cultured seafood. It's been a year filled with surprise, serendipity, and everything in between. Conor, Dodi and the podcast team look back on a fascinating year and highlight their favourite interviews and topics of the year. 

See you in the new year!

Show notes

More info on Conor’s favorite: What is Quorn mycoprotein? | Quorn

More info on Dodi’s favorite: How We Make Chocolate and Coffee From Plant Cell Culture Technology — The Future of Coffee and Chocolate | California Cultured (

More info on Beth’s favorite: Discovery Makers: Mustapha Bittaye | Cytiva (

More info on Tom’s favorite: Kevill JL, Pellett C, Farkas K, Brown MR, Bassano I, Denise H, McDonald JE, Malham SK, Porter J, Warren J, Evens NP, Paterson S, Singer AC, Jones DL. “A comparison of precipitation and filtration-based SARS-CoV-2 recovery methods and the influence of temperature, turbidity, and surfactant load in urban wastewater,” Sci Total Environ. 2022 Feb 20;808:151916. doi:

Keywords: fungi, life, vaccines, middle income country, favorite discoveries, 2022 podcasts, future, listen, cell culture, wastewater

Dec 22, 202216:10
64. Pain in the body and brain

64. Pain in the body and brain

In this episode, we focus on the microbiome and how it is increasingly linked to disease and illness. It seems that this is true for understanding the illness of the body and the brain. Dr Amir Minerbi, the Deputy Director of the Institute for Pain Medicine at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa, Israel talks to us about how the microbiome may hold the secrets of fibromyalgia. This chronic disorder causes widespread pain, fatigue, cognitive dysfunction, and potentially dozens of other symptoms.

We are also joined by Prof Illana Gozes, Director of Elton Laboratory for Molecular Neuroendocrinology in the Department of Human Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine in Tel Aviv University. She elaborates on her research surrounding the role of specific microbiota signatures as a biomarker for PTSD.

Show notes

Minerbi, Amir, Gonzalez, Emmanuel, Brereton, Nicholas, Fitzcharles, Mary-Anna, Chevalier, Stéphanieh, Shir, Yorama. (2022) ‘Altered serum bile acid profile in fibromyalgia is associated with specific gut microbiome changes and symptom severity’, PAIN Vol.10 (1097). doi:10.1097/j.pain.0000000000002694.

Levert-Levitt E, Shapira G, Sragovich S, Shomron N, Lam JCK, Li VOK, Heimesaat MM, Bereswill S, Yehuda AB, Sagi-Schwartz A, Solomon Z, Gozes I. (2022) ‘Oral microbiota signatures in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) veterans,’ Mol Psychiatry. doi:10.1038/s41380-022-01704-6.

Keywords: microbiome, pain, ptsd, fibromyalgia, bacteria, gut microbiome, microbiota, bile acids, tel aviv university, veterans, symptoms, composition, biomarkers, patients

Dec 08, 202220:24
63. Organ on a chip: part 2
Nov 24, 202218:28
62. Organ on a chip: Part 1
Nov 10, 202215:04
61. Genetic and genomic databases
Oct 27, 202226:48
60. The talk on talent

60. The talk on talent

Within the life sciences industry, there has been a longstanding conversation around one of the industry’s most difficult challenges. That challenge is talent. In more detail, it is that the access to a global talent pool remains difficult. In this longer than usual conversation, Conor and Dodi speak with Darrin Morrissey, CEO of NIBRT, Anne-Cecile Potmans, general manager of Fast Trak and CDMO services at Cytiva, and Nikki Soares, global talent acquisition leader at Cytiva.

We discuss how the industry is stepping up its resilience for customers and patients. To find, train, retrain, and retain talent is what matters in this episode of Discovery Matters.

Keywords: talent, organization, people, biopharma, industry, life sciences industry, training, global, retaining, companies, skills.

Oct 13, 202232:57
59. Microscopic eco-warriors
Sep 29, 202222:09
58. Wastewater epidemiology: Something in the wastewater

58. Wastewater epidemiology: Something in the wastewater

Wastewater-based epidemiology is a relatively new approach to determine the viral make up in any given area. Using chemical analysis of pollutants and biomarkers in raw wastewater, the level of exposure to certain pathogens can be assessed. This technique was used during the pandemic, which has helped realize its potential in public healthcare policy.

We speak to Prof. Dominic Frigon, a specialist of biological wastewater resource recovery at McGill University, who used this technique in Quebec through the pandemic to determine areas of vulnerability, including a homeless shelter. We also speak to Dr Kata Farkas, an environmental virologist at Bangor University, to understand the wider applications and importance of this analysis technique.

Urine for a treat with this conversation.

Keywords: wastewater, viruses, monitoring, pandemic, sewage, samples, population, infection, epidemiology, mutations, surveillance, norovirus.

Aug 25, 202219:41
57. Special blood and transplants

57. Special blood and transplants

This episode is all about special blood and transplants. We speak to Jon Adkins, co-founder of XenoTherapeutics, who walks us through their use of xenotransplantation for skin grafts and organ transplantation. We are also joined by Dr. Franck Zal, a marine biologist, CSO and CEO of Hemarina, to discuss the lugworm. His discovery, that the lugworms’ blood is compatible with human blood, means it can be used in medical applications for transplants.

Join us for this eye-opening and insightful conversation.

Jun 30, 202218:06
56. Understanding and treating Alzheimer’s

56. Understanding and treating Alzheimer’s

In this episode, we contemplate the combatting the devastating disease that Alzheimer’s is. According to a recent report by the Alzheimer’s Disease International, an estimated 50 million people are living with dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease. We talk to two experts leading two respective early-stage studies into possible treatments for Alzhemier’s. One study looks at the tackling of tau proteins, another looks at treating aging rather than the disease itself.

Join us for this fascinating discussion!

Keywords: Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, ageing, disease, patients, tau, study, treatment, brain, discovery, protein, sodium selenate, neurodegenerative diseases, frailty, tauopathies, alzheimer's and brain awareness month.

Jun 16, 202223:05
55. The injustice of disease burden and access to vaccines

55. The injustice of disease burden and access to vaccines

The pandemic has been a global issue, which has benefitted from the coming together of industry, pharma, academia, non-governmental and governmental support. What the pandemic has also brought into sharp focus is the global imbalance access to healthcare and health inequity between the Global North and Global South.

For this important conversation, we are joined by Professor Linda-Gail Bekker, Chief Operating Officer of the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation about the current situation with HIV and TB in Africa, and the impact COVID-19 has had on patients already suffering from communicable diseases.

So, what can we do? Lenias Hwenda, founder and CEO of Medicines for Africa, explains the additional problems of access to medicines and potential solutions for global vaccine inequity, working to make medicines as inexpensive as possible, and improving the supply chain.


Related reading –

Dzau, V.J., Balatbat, C.A., Offodile II, A.C., Closing the global vaccine equity gap: equitably distributed manufacturing. The Lancet. 2022;399(10339): 1924-1926. DOI:

The Global Biopharma Resilience Index

How localizing manufacturing is helping the Middle East take control of its vaccine supply?

Keywords: equitable access, HIV, human immunodeficiency viruses, Lentivirus, medicines, pandemic, countries, vaccine, TB, epidemic, Africa, supply chain, communicable diseases, middle-income countries, access, low-income countries, Global North, Global South, disease burden.

May 26, 202220:49
54. Mycoprotein v. cell-cultured seafood

54. Mycoprotein v. cell-cultured seafood

We know meat is problematic for the environment, and seafood has its own issues with overfishing, so do we have to wave goodbye to the foods we love?

Well, what if we told you that there are substitutes which you can enjoy without sacrificing taste and texture?

We start with mycoprotein, in the form of the well-known meat substitute products of Quorn Foods. Tim Finnigan, Chief Scientific Advisor for Quorn Foods, explains why mycoprotein is such a suitable source of protein, how it is manufactured, the environmental benefits, and how fusarium venenatum, the microfungus, was discovered. And... it's tasty!

In the same episode, we ask Dr Lauran Madden, Chief Technology Officer at BlueNalu, to share with you the engineering process, the health and environmental benefits, and the positive impact on the environment of their cell-cultured seafood. This is hugely critical as the populations of marine species have halved since 1970, battling with overfishing, illegal fishing, and the effects of trawling. This cell-cultured seafood comes first...plaice... *sorry*.

By the end of this episode, we will hopefully have demonstrated the environmental and health benefits of switching meat out of our diets for better alternatives.


Keywords: cell-culture, microfungus, filamentous, mycoprotein, environment, meat substitute, protein, seafood, yeast, engineering, technologies, fish, fungi, Quorn, BlueNalu.

May 12, 202217:15
53. The future of GMOs

53. The future of GMOs

According to Jacob Moe-Lange from California Cultured, and Natasha Haveman from the UF Space Plant Lab, genetically modified food is the future. Both discuss the way that food is grown and how that is changing. Jacob takes us through cell-cultured chocolate and the environmental and humanitarian benefits. Natasha forces our gaze upwards to the plant experiments happening in spaceflight conditions, where scientists are learning how plants adapt to new environmental stresses.

In this episode, Dodi puts forward her argument that plants are better than Conor’s mycelium. Who will win out? Let’s see.


Keywords: cell-culture, chocolate, mycelium, plants in space, climate change, cell, bioprocessing, environment, space, gardeners, stem cells, food, genetic modification, GMOs.

May 11, 202220:56
52. The magical world of fungi (part 2)

52. The magical world of fungi (part 2)

Fungi are amazing in so many ways, and after learning that they could be used to build habitat on Mars, we have this bonus episode to go into home these mushrooms can be used on Earth. Chris Maurer, principal architect at redhouse studios, explains that he has been using mushrooms to make building materials in low-resource environments in Namibia. These materials prove even better than concrete.

Join Dodi and Conor for this episode on a truly amazing use of biology to solve our problems.


Keywords: mycelium, building materials, mushrooms, Namibia, carbon, oyster mushrooms, resources, encroach, bush, low-resource environment, Mars, redhouse studios.

May 11, 202215:13
51. Women in STEM

51. Women in STEM

March is the month of the Woman, and to celebrate International Women’s Day we speak with two agents of change who are passionate about opportunity and diversity within the sciences. Ruchi Sharma, CEO and Founder of Stemnovate Limited, and Sabrina Fleurimé, drug product development scientist and Corporate Partnership Director at BBSTEM, talk to us about what we can all do to become agents of change.

Ruchi Sharma is recognized as one of the ones to watch entrepreneurs in the health industry, she is passionate about ensuring equality and equal opportunity. Alongside supporting women in science, she is also a veterinarian and supports inventions for better animal health while reducing animal testing. 

Sabrina Fleurimé is a drug development scientist who has been working in the pharmaceutical industry for the past 6 years. During her time at AstraZeneca, she met Kayisha Payne, the founder of BBSTEM (Black British in STEM), and later decided to join the non-profit organisation. As BBSTEM’s corporate sponsorship director, she is actively interacting with actors in the STEM field, working towards bridging the gap between talents and opportunities.


Keywords: women, STEM, science, cells, equality, diversity, international women’s day, drug discovery, opportunities, scientists, Stemnovate, BBSTEM.

May 11, 202219:04
50. Biomimicry in space exploration

50. Biomimicry in space exploration

Sustained life and colonization in space are closer than ever, and biology holds the key. Biomimetic processes have applications for water filtration and for building homes on Mars. Jörg Vogel, VP of Open Innovation at Aquaporin, discusses how their Aquaporin Inside® Membrane Technology will help filter condensate and urine to make drinking water for astronauts.

We are also joined by Chris Maurer, an architect and founder of redhouse studios in Cleveland, Ohio. Chris is working on a project with NASA to build homes on Mars using mycelium.

Join Dodi and Conor for this truly ‘out-of-this-world’ episode.


Keywords: biomimicry, biomimetic, space, water, fungi, Mars, mycelium, NASA, oxygen, algae, biomass, radiation, condensate, building materials, Aquaporin, redhouse studios.

Feb 24, 202219:42
49. Discovery Makers: Mustapha Bittaye
Jan 27, 202216:24
48. Discovery Makers: Sebastian Falk

48. Discovery Makers: Sebastian Falk

What better way to start off 2022 than with a return to our Discovery Makers series. We celebrate discovery by talking to the scientists changing the world one day at a time. This time we are joined by Sebastian Falk.

What drives a scientist? Well, according to Sebastian Falk, it is curiosity that drives him. Sebastian is a structural biologist who is leading a research group at the Max Perutz Labs investigating the structure and function of proteins, and how they work in RNA metabolism. In line with his curiosity-driven mindset, Sebastian also teaches at the University of Vienna where he is educating the next generation of up-and-coming scientists.

As part of our Discovery Makers series, Conor and Dodi discuss why Sebastian went into his research field, what motivates him, why he enjoys teaching, and what future research Sebastian is looking into.


Keywords: structural biology, proteins, science, discoveries, mentoring, serendipity, nucleic acid, discovery, experimenting, art, curiosity, hypothesis, research, RNAi, biogenesis.

Jan 13, 202222:03
47. Best of 2021
Dec 23, 202116:02
46. The pulse of the industry - BioPlan and the Biopharma Resilience Index
Dec 09, 202118:03
45. Detecting sepsis: the role of single-cell
Nov 11, 202117:27
44. Insects as biotech engines

44. Insects as biotech engines

We’ve talked about slime, seaweed, mushrooms, and now creepy crawlies. Insects are important biotech engines for medicines and meals. Algenex are using insect pupa to produce recombinant proteins that can be used for vaccines, which also has the potential to replace less sustainable raw materials. Insects are also excellent food sources, not just for bush tucker trials, but Dr. Daylan Tzompa-Sosa explains that insect lipids can make doughnuts, croissants, oils, and hummus!

Join Dodi, Conor and their guests Dr. José Escribano, founder and CSO of Algenex, and Dr. Daylan Tzompa-Sosa, a researcher at Ghent University specializing in milk fat, in the latest episode of Discovery Matters.


Keywords: insects, fats, protein, vaccines, cells, biomass, milk fat, recombinant protein, bioreactors, molecules, lipids, moth larvae, downstream.

Oct 28, 202120:02
43. Crossing the finishing line in biotech

43. Crossing the finishing line in biotech

We talk a lot about beginnings on Discovery Matters, but what about actually getting biologic drugs to people? Once the biologic is produced, aseptic filling and hybrid glass and plastic vials help to protect the biologic drug and the patient.

Join Dodi, Conor and their guests, Chris Weikart the Chief Scientist at SiO2 Material Science, and Ross Gold one of the founders of Cytiva's aseptic filling business, in the latest episode of Discovery Matters, talking about the end of the workflow.


Keywords: vials, packaging, biologic drugs, glass, injectable, aseptic filling, pandemic, plastic, innovation, dosage, patient, coating, molding.

Oct 14, 202115:46
42. mRNA - the talk of the town
Sep 16, 202118:00
41. Seaweed, Agar and Algae

41. Seaweed, Agar and Algae

In this episode of Discovery Matters, enter into the world of slime: seaweed, agar and algae. Algae gave us the atmosphere that we have today and is still coming to our aid against climate change. Executive Director of the Climate Change Cluster at the University of Technology in Sydney, Photobiologist Peter Ralph, who once called himself Dr. Death, explains how algae has given him newfound hope to fight climate change.

Join Conor and Dodi for this fascinating episode!


Keywords: algae, microalgae, seaweed, agar, sugars, protein, agarose, resins, cyanobacteria, climate change, photobiology, witchetty grub.

Sep 02, 202121:49
40. 'Joan's Ideal': One real story - and advice - on inclusion in the sciences

40. 'Joan's Ideal': One real story - and advice - on inclusion in the sciences

The BSCP is working towards greater diversity and opportunities for people of colour and disadvantaged individuals within the biomedical and life sciences.

Join Dodi and Conor and their guest, Dr Joan Reede, for this important episode where we learn what more can be done by ourselves and the industry as a whole to further diversity and inclusion.


Keywords: students, color, people, organisations, doctors, opportunities, privilege, pandemic, biomedical science, diversity, representation, life sciences, women, BSCP.

Aug 19, 202117:15
39. "You won't believe what happened next": a true crime special
Aug 06, 202117:57
38. Innovating with intent
Jul 09, 202119:53
37. The old biotech and the sea
Jun 21, 202110:49
36. The 5 R's in the life sciences industry

36. The 5 R's in the life sciences industry

Sure, healthcare and pharma does a whole lot of good in the world - but this doesn't make us exempt from taking our plastic waste seriously. 

So join Conor and Dodi as they talk about the 5 R's with their guests: 

Tom Szaky, Founder and CEO at
TerraCycle;  Cristina Peixoto, Head of Lab at iBET (Instituto de Biologia Experimental e Tecnologica, Portugal) and  Joëlle Cristofani from Cytiva.


Keywords: instruments, recycle, refurbished, garbage, sustainability, recycling, filters, syringe, waste, chromatography, refuse, reuse, repurpose.

Jun 03, 202120:54
35. One hundred years of insulin and the future diabetes vaccine

35. One hundred years of insulin and the future diabetes vaccine

What better way to celebrate 100 years of insulin than with the CEO of the company who is on the verge of giving us a vaccine for type 1 diabetes? 

We spoke to Ulf Hannelius in April and 3 days ago we saw the published results of DIAGNODE-2, a Phase IIb trial that evaluated intralymphatic administration of Diamyd Medical’s lead drug candidate Diamyd® (GAD-alum) in individuals recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Congratulations!

Guests who also joined us in this episode are Mark A. Atkinson, American Diabetes Association Eminent Scholar and Anders Ekholm, diabetes patient and parent, and Chairman of the Diabetes Association for Greater Stockholm.


Keyword: insulin, diabetes, manufacturing, blood glucose level, pandemic, diabetic, recombinant insulin, biosynthetic insulin, type 1 diabetes.

May 24, 202117:16
34. Citizen Science and the science of gamification
Apr 29, 202123:59
33. Discovery Makers: Dorraya El-Ashry
Apr 15, 202123:49
32. Discovery Makers: Robert "Bob" Lefkowitz
Apr 01, 202123:09
30. Oligos part 2
Feb 25, 202122:11
29. The science of science denial

29. The science of science denial

Longer episode than we're usually used to, but we think it's worth it. Why does science denial exist, how does it work and what's the antidote? 

Join Conor, Dodi and their guests: Haafizah Hoosen, Ask for Evidence Ambassador at Sense about Science +  Dr. Danna Young, Associate Prof Communication & Political Science at University of Delaware. 

Looking for further reading? Conor recommends this article from VOX. This is a first-person essay with a unique perspective on a complicated issue.

Enjoy, share and remember to rate us on your favorite podcast player!


Keywords: covid vaccine, science denial, anti-vaxxer, covid, covid-19, coronavirus, pandemic, conspiracy theories, science podcast

Feb 05, 202131:08
28. The magical world of fungi (part 1)

28. The magical world of fungi (part 1)

Conor finally brings the 15 minutes of fame to fungi - mushrooms being second only to his "microbiomania". We invite you to the beginning of the journey to understand the importance of fungi and mushrooms. 

Guests are Clare Blencowe, an amateur mycologist and manager at Sussex Biodiversity Record Centre, and Merlin Sheldrake, a biologist and a writer with a background in plant sciences, microbiology, ecology, and the history and philosophy of science.

If you want to go down the rabbit whole yourself, follow the #MycoBookClub on Twitter.


Keywords: fungi, fungus, mushroom, life science, microbiome, ecology.

Jan 07, 202125:06
27. Best of 2020
Dec 11, 202015:18
26. Mapping tissues and tumors
Dec 03, 202025:56
25. It all adds up: mathematical simulations in biopharma research

25. It all adds up: mathematical simulations in biopharma research

This episode is easily one of our favorites: everything from design of experiments, to AI-powered math simulations, to existential questions. Conor and Dodi welcomed Tobias Hahn from GoSilico, alongside two of their colleagues from Cytiva - principal scientist Gunnar Malmquist and advanced chromatography specialist, John Scibetta. 

Have a listen, share this gem and rate us on your favorite podcast.


Keywords: computer simulation, biopharma, math, biochemistry, biotherapeutic, chromatography, process development.

Oct 23, 202024:60
24. Breast cancer research during COVID19
Oct 01, 202020:47
23. Chill out: from cryotherapy to cryopreservation
Sep 03, 202022:59
Discovery Matters ... because it does!

Discovery Matters ... because it does!

Life sciences has a new podcast! A collection of stories and insights on matters of discovery that advance life sciences. Hosts are Dodi Axelson and Conor McKechnie, friends for gloriously long years and colleagues at Cytiva. Enjoy!

Sep 02, 202000:31
22. The Molecular Clamp - Perspectives from one team's search for a COVID-19 vaccine
Aug 21, 202020:21
July bonus - Fun scientific facts
Jul 24, 202019:08
21. The brewer, the baker and the biotech maker
Jul 01, 202024:07
20. Seeing things small: what does biology and telecom have in common?
Jun 11, 202018:41
19. The discovery of Protein A
May 29, 202014:51
18. Quantum biology: going subatomic
May 11, 202018:48
17. How does your brain discover what it wants?
Apr 23, 202025:38
16. The artistry of vaccine development
Mar 27, 202022:54
15. How to: Small biotechs into big companies
Mar 12, 202025:05
14. The story of oligonucleotides and spinal muscular atrophy
Feb 27, 202021:05
13. Scratched knees, smelly yogurt, and speedy wound healing

13. Scratched knees, smelly yogurt, and speedy wound healing

So, what does yogurt have to do with wound healing? In this episode, Evelina Vågesjö from Ilya Pharma helps Conor and Dodi see the connection. It’s all about getting help from our small bacterial friends, lactic acid, and chemokines. Tune in to learn how it all connects.


Keywords: wound healing, how to heal wounds faster, heal wounds fast, Ilya pharma, yoghurt.

Jan 30, 202018:28
12. School’s never out: Educating the next gen biopharma talents
Jan 10, 202019:24
11. Fighting fake news in biotechnology: Sense about Science
Dec 20, 201924:20
10. Perspectives for health - learning about blockchain
Dec 13, 201922:18
9. Innovation inside-the-box, cyborgs and jugaad (जुगाड)
Nov 29, 201919:40
8. Microbiome transplant: cooties can cure you

8. Microbiome transplant: cooties can cure you

Conor has, what he calls "microbiomania". Whatever the topic, he is able to bring it back to microbiomes in about 3 sentences. So imagine how excited he was to interview Colleen Cutcliffe, CEO of Pendulum whose mission is to make millions healthier through microbiome-targeted medical solutions. Another guest on this episode is Jacques Ravel, professor extraordinaire of The Human Microbiome and Women's Health at the Institute for Genome Sciences, University of Maryland. 

Enjoy! (We sure did!)

Interested in Conor's microbiomania? He writes regularly on his LinkedIn account.

You can also read more Discovery Matters on our Medium publication. (with the same name).


Keywords: microbiome, vagina, microbiota, microbes, bacteria, therapeutics, human microbiome, health, protect, develop.

Nov 18, 201918:08
7. Fitness trackers in the 1940s: The Framingham Heart Study
Nov 01, 201914:26
6. CAR-T cell therapy: the story of 2 brave young women fighting cancer
Oct 18, 201921:54
5. A map of humankind from the inside out
Aug 21, 201921:04
4. The role of AI in pandemics
Jul 30, 201913:08
1. Tea and jam and protein separation
Jul 12, 201917:28
2. When a hamster rules the biopharma world
Jul 12, 201917:30
3. Kidney surgeon who fixes the plumbing
Jul 12, 201918:26