Dr Peter Foster, known for his work on phylogenetic network analysis discusses the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.
"Molecules that changed the World" is a new App that has been jointly launched by Dr. Ljiljana Fruk, Society Fellow and researcher in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology at the University of Cambridge.
Bionanotechnology: Concepts and Applications is a new book from Cambridge University Press by Dr. Ljiljana Fruk, University of Cambridge and Antonina Kerbs, Miltenyi Biotec B.V. & Co. KG.
Dr Anurag Agarwal, a Fellow of the Cambridge Philosophical Society has worked with a team of researchers at the University of Cambridge to identify the cause of wheezing in the lungs.
The Cambridge Philosophical Society recently funded a number of early career researchers at The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Dr Andrew Murray, Reader in Metabolic Physiology from the Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience discusses the body’s responses to altitude and considers the different evolutionary strategies adopted by Sherpas and other high-altitude dwelling people.
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