A collection of stories and insights on matters of discovery that advance life sciences. Brought to you by the curious people at Cytiva.
26. Mapping tissues and tumors
How do we find our way? Consulting a map is the age-old answer, at least geographically. But the art of mapping - considered a superpower by one of this episode's guests - extends to anything we want to understand better. Join Conor and Dodi on this exploration of data visualization. Your challenge at the end of the episode - spend time on these sites:
thanks to our guests Paul Goodwin from Cytiva and Katy Borner at the University of Indiana.
25. It all adds up: mathematical simulations in biopharma research
This episode is easily one of our favorites: everything from design of experiments, to AI-powered math simulations, to existential questions. Conor and Dodi welcomed Tobias Hahn from GoSilico, alongside two of their colleagues from Cytiva - principal scientist Gunnar Malmquist and advanced chromatography specialist, John Scibetta.
Have a listen, share this gem and rate us on your favorite podcast.
24. Breast cancer research during COVID19
With the arrival of October we notice the (re)arrival of pink ribbons - it is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
In this episode of Discovery Matters, Dodi and Conor talk to dr. Margaret Flowers who is the director of research at The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, BCRF. They discuss cellular nutrition, hormone positive breast cancer, chemo prevention, and the state of breast cancer research during COVID times.
Enjoy the episode, and if you want to find out more about the amazing work that BCRF is doing, simply go to www.bcrf.org
23. Chill out: from cryotherapy to cryopreservation
Popular science and cell biology collide in this episode as Dodi and Conor discuss the science of cryogenics and its diverse applications. They are joined by Cytiva Senior Scientists and cryobiologists, Peter Kilbride and Julie Meneghel, as well as Fernanda Fonseca, Research Director at the French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE). Executive Producer and PopSci enthusiast, Andrea Kilin, kicks off the discussion by sharing her experience with cryotherapy!
Discovery Matters ... because it does!
Life sciences has a new podcast! A collection of stories and insights on matters of discovery that advance life sciences. Hosts are Dodi Axelson and Conor McKechnie, friends for gloriously long years and colleagues at Cytiva. Enjoy!
22. The Molecular Clamp - Perspectives from one team's search for a COVID-19 vaccine
While it may not be here tomorrow, scientists around the world are racing to develop viable COVID-19 vaccine candidates. In this episode, Dodi and Conor share the perspectives of two researchers on the vaccine development team for the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology - Professors Trent Munro and Keith Chappell. Learn how Trent and Keith's team identified their lead vaccine candidate from an initial field of 200 in just over 5 weeks!
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Curiosity, fun and science mixed together. I love this podcast when I need to take a break yet still learn something new every time.
Such an insightful and entertaining podcast to guide us through the biotech world.