TABBY CAT OR TIGER?

Medics need to be fleet of foot when it comes to determining whether they are dealing with something tame or wild, but the traditional route to identifying bacteria takes time. Now a team of...

Making clinical trials right for older people

In this issue, we speak to Miles Witham, Professor of Trials for Older People at Newcastle University and consultant geriatrician, about why he’s bringing about a sea change in how clinical trials involving older...

Raising awareness of PSP and CBD

Ellen Rossiter speaks to Andrew Symons,  Chief Executive of PSP Association, about the work of the association and his hopes for the future. Imagine striving daily to raise awareness of, and to find a cure...

Nobel prize winner talks to us

Dr Frances Arnold, the American chemist and engineer who won the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and the 2016 Millennium Technology Prize for her work in pioneering directed evolution reveals more about her work.  Dr...

Meeting contemporary medical challenges

In this issue of BioScience Today, we speak to Professor Phil Blower, Chair in Imaging Chemistry at King’s College London about why a multidisciplinary approach is crucial to meeting the medical challenges of today. “I...

Simplicity is all

In this issue of BioScience Today, Ellen Rossiter speaks to Professor Kawal Rhode about his work in the realm of biomedical engineering, his inspiration, motivation and why simplicity is all. “Way back in school, we...

Life Science success

Whilst the recent past has been one of huge uncertainty with regards to the political and economic landscape across the globe, the past year saw major success in Life Sciences & Healthcare across the...

Why life science incubators are crucial

In this issue of BioScience Today, we speak to Dr Glenn Crocker MBE, Chief Executive Officer of BioCity – the largest life science incubator business in the UK. The lowdown on life science incubators “A life...