The Mobile Malaria team have just set off on a 6,000 km journey across Africa, taking portable DNA sequencing technology with them on the road. I speak with Dr George Busby who leads the team.
Professor Marcia Castro from Harvard University helped launch MalariaX. It’s an online course that details the science and technology of malaria, as well as the historical, political, social and economic factors to its eradication.
There’s a significant shortage of people working in STEM, costing businesses £1.5 billion a year. Katherine Andrews, the Project Manager of ‘That’s RAD! Science’ is trying to change that by bringing STEM careers to life through educational picture books.
What makes a public health animation effective and, as the NHS introduces an online quiz to determine heart age, will such quizzes have a greater role in public health?
Dr Mike Coleman and Kirsten Duda of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine discuss their mobile game, Resistance 101, that aims to make concepts of insecticide resistance more accessible and engaging.
In this episode of Five Minutes, we speak with Fiona Nicholson from The Portsmouth Grammar School who organised a fundraising event titled ‘Sing For Uganda’. In the latter part of this interview, we speak with Ingrid from the Portsmouth Gospel Choir.
In this episode of Five Minutes, we speak with Stephen Tugume. In his first ever interview, Stephen opens up about his unfortunate upbringing and his lengthy battle with HIV. Stephen now works with Ask Without Shame, a non-profit organisation aimed at tackling HIV. This is Five Minutes with Stephen Tugume, Read more…
In this instalment of our interview series: Five Minutes, we talk to Dr Scott Kellermann, Founder of The Kellermann Foundation. Dr Scott Kellermann and his wife Carol Kellermann operate community outreach programmes with an aim to provide resources for health, education, spiritual outreach and economic empowerment. Kellermann works with the Read more…