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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Targeting cancer mechanisms Professor Robert Gilbert's research focuses on the molecular mechanisms underlying membrane pore formation and cell adhesion. Robert Gilbert 07 Jan 2016
2 Targeting cancer mechanisms Professor Robert Gilbert's research focuses on the molecular mechanisms underlying membrane pore formation and cell adhesion. Robert Gilbert 07 Jan 2016
3 Creative Commons Melanoma Melanoma or skin cancer is one of the fastest rising cancer types. When identified early, melanoma is relatively easy to cure, but once it starts to metastasise, it becomes very difficult to treat. Colin Goding 05 Oct 2015
4 Creative Commons Melanoma Melanoma or skin cancer is one of the fastest rising cancer types. When identified early, melanoma is relatively easy to cure, but once it starts to metastasise, it becomes very difficult to treat. Colin Goding 05 Oct 2015
5 How can skin cells help us understand Parkinson's? Richard Wade Martins, OPDC Principal Investigator, discusses his current research into Skin cells and Stem cells Richard Wade Martins 21 May 2015
6 Stem cells and cancer Adult gastrointestinal stem cells Simon Leedham 10 Dec 2014
7 Creative Commons Stem cells and cancer Adult gastrointestinal stem cells Simon Leedham 07 Oct 2014
8 Creative Commons What are stem cells and why are they important for the future of medicine? An explanation of how stem cells could transform medical practice, from treating the diseases of ageing to finding a cure for cancer by Professor Colin Goding, Co-Director, Oxford Stem Cell Institute. Colin Goding 20 Aug 2012
9 Creative Commons New Cells for Old Members: The Science of Stem Cells Dr Francis Szele gives a talk for the Oxford Alumni Weekend on Stem Cell science and looks at how they could be used in repairing brain disease and injuries. Francis Szele 11 Oct 2011
10 Stem cells: what are they and why are they important A lecture "Stem cells: what are they and why are they important" given by Professor Sir Richard Gardner at the 10th OIBC Spring Symposium, held jointly with the Department for Continuing Education, at St Edward's School, Oxford, on 4 March 2009. Richard Gardner 05 May 2009
11 7 Keys to the Future Veronica Sartore interviews Ray Hammond about his role as a futurologist and the seven major trends he predicts will affect life throughout the 21st century. Ray Hammond, Veronica Sartore 12 Mar 2009