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Nancy Brown at the 2017 Stanford Medicine Big Data in Biomedicine Conference

Nancy Brown at the 2017 Stanford Medicine Big Data in Biomedicine Conference

(soothing, futuristic music playing) – [Bob] Well thanks for, uh… (audience applauds) It’s great to see the room still full here at the last afternoon of the meeting. It’s been a terrific meeting and I think you’ll be pleased at this next plenary session. It’s my real privilege to introduce my friend and colleague, Nancy […]

SSU2000 – BioMedicine and Singapore Society Video Project 1

Good evening, Board of Directors. I’m Mr.Sum’s Doctor, Dr.Du and I’m here to give you an update of his current status Our patient, Mr.Sum, is a 75-year-old male who was admitted into our hospital on 22 January. He suffered from a stroke while watching a soccer game and has been in a comatose state ever […]

Modern biomedicine: The Babraham Institute

Modern biomedicine: The Babraham Institute

The BBSRC has three main themes to a Strategic Plan for Research. One of these is the basic bioscience underpinning human health. That is where Babraham science is focused. Unless we understand the basic bioscience which underpins human health then we will not be in a position to be able to understand what goes wrong […]

A week in the life of a Biological Sciences Student at Lancaster University

A week in the life of a Biological Sciences Student at Lancaster University

Hi my name is Charlotte and I’m a Digital Content Ambassador I’m currently studying Biological Sciences with Biomedicine, and I’m in Pendle College. and I filmed some clips throughout week nine so you could get an idea of what my average week in the life is like or maybe not so average So on Monday […]

Fortune Tellers, Cards and Genetics: Edvīns Miklaševičs at TEDxRiga

Translator: Ilze Garda Reviewer: Denise RQ Hello. Actually I wondered why I am speaking now and not in ‘Science for Life.’ Probably a lot of people still do not consider genetics a science, but rather something of a witchcraft, with some kind of a fashionable flavour, performed by not always very honest guys. And that […]

Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute

Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute

Humanity continues to face challenges in the fight against disease. One Australian is diagnosed with diabetes every five minutes that’s in addition to the 1.7 million Australians already living with the disease. Cancer continues to be a leading cause of death in Australia with half of all men and one third of all women diagnosed […]

UIC Chemical Engineering Education

UIC Chemical Engineering Education

Welcome to the department of Chemical Engineering at UIC where students get the learning environment and the resources to become leading engineers in the areas of Chemical technology, Pharmaceutical technology, Environment, Nanotechnology, Energy and Biomedical Engineering. This video showcases some of the diverse activities that undergraduate students perform here at UIC. Welcome! I’m currently standing […]

Study Postgraduate Biomedicine at Lancaster University

Study Postgraduate Biomedicine at Lancaster University

Here at Lancaster University we have a wide range of up-to-date teaching and learning facilities and many of the modules that you’ll be taught reflect the diverse research interests of the staff in our department. We aim to maximise your employability on graduation whether in the pharmaceutical industry, the National Health Service, the public sector, […]