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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Effect of metformin on breast cancer metabolism Dr Simon Lord presents a clinical study to understand the effect of metformin - one of the most commonly prescribed treatments worldwide for diabetes - on breast cancer metabolism. Simon Lord 16 Jan 2019
2 Creative Commons From information to structure Dr Brian Marsden aims to make structural and chemical biology data accessible to non-experts, by providing computational resources including data management, sample tracking, in silico modelling support plus provision of public access to SGC data. Brian Marsden 02 Jun 2016
3 Creative Commons From information to structure Dr Brian Marsden aims to make structural and chemical biology data accessible to non-experts, by providing computational resources including data management, sample tracking, in silico modelling support plus provision of public access to SGC data. Brian Marsden 02 Jun 2016
4 Inflammation in disease The main aim of Dr Xue's research is to understand the molecular and cellular mechanisms mediating inflammatory diseases, and to translate their findings into therapeutic concepts to treat these diseases. Luzheng Xue 07 Jan 2016
5 Inflammation in disease The main aim of Dr Xue's research is to understand the molecular and cellular mechanisms mediating inflammatory diseases, and to translate their findings into therapeutic concepts to treat these diseases. Luzheng Xue 07 Jan 2016
6 Give us a hand Oxford Sparks explore what chirality is. Jo Dunkley, Alain Goriely, Robert Llewellyn 18 May 2015
7 Biological imaging Video microscopy aims to improve target discovery and drug development and to do so generates large volumes of data. Jens Rittscher 09 Feb 2015
8 Biological imaging Video microscopy aims to improve target discovery and drug development and to do so generates large volumes of data. Jens Rittscher 09 Feb 2015
9 Creative Commons Psychological mechanisms of antidepressants An interview with Catherine Harmer, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience and Research Fellow at Corpus Christi College, Oxford discussing her research investigating the psychological mechanisms of anti-depressant drug action. Catherine Harmer 02 Jul 2014