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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons On Closer Inspection: placing Hooke's Language under the Microscope Dr Anna Camilleri English Fellow, Christ Church give a talk on the use language within Hooke's writings. Anna Camilleri 09 Oct 2015
2 Creative Commons Atomic-resolution Electron Microscopy for Chemistry: From Brain and Fancy to plainness of Observations Professor Eiichi Nakamura, Department of Chemistry, University of Tokyo talks about innovations in microscopy. Eiichi Nakamura 09 Oct 2015
3 Creative Commons Christ Church in the Commonwealth: Hooke’s college Judith Curthoys Archivist, Christ Church talks about Robert Hooke's time at Christ Church. Judith Curthoys 09 Oct 2015
4 Multi-dimensional Super Resolution Imaging Dr Steven Lee Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge gives an insight into some modern microscopy innovations. Steven Lee 09 Oct 2015
5 Creative Commons Concluding remarks Professor Dirk Aarts, Physical Chemistry Laboratory, Oxford and Chemistry Fellow, Christ Church gives the concluding remarks to the days talks. Dirk Aarts 09 Oct 2015
6 Robert Hooke’s Micrographia: 350 years on Dr Allan Chapman Science Historian, Wadham College talks about Robert Hookes groundbreaking book Micrographia. Allan Chapman 09 Oct 2015
7 You've Got a Nerve In the early 1900s, Charles Sherrington examined microscope slides of muscles, nerves, the spine and the brain and traced the connections between them building a picture of how muscles are controlled. Researchers today still use principles he established. Jo Dunkley, Robert Llewellyn 05 Mar 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 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
10 Creative Commons Structural cell biology of virus infection Professor Kay Grunewald tells us how structural cell biology can help us understand virus infection. Kay Grunewald 29 Apr 2013
11 Creative Commons Structural cell biology of virus infection Professor Kay Grunewald tells us how structural cell biology can help us understand virus infection. Kay Grunewald 29 Apr 2013
12 Molecular immunology Dr Christian Eggeling tells us how new imaging methods help us understand immunology at the molecular level. Christian Eggeling 29 Apr 2013
13 Molecular immunology Dr Christian Eggeling tells us how new imaging methods help us understand immunology at the molecular level. Christian Eggeling 29 Apr 2013