Patricia explores the immunology behind seemingly villainous blood clots and their connection to COVID-19 and vaccination.
To understand why vaccines are necessary, we first need a very basic understanding of the immune response. When a person is ill, for example, because they have been infected with a virus, the immune...
From Pfizer to AstraZeneca, what’s the difference? Lauren takes a jab at explaining how vaccines work and what different types are currently being manufactured.
Annabell discusses the future of COVID-19 by looking at past pandemics and how they may help to predict how much longer the disease will impact our lives.
Caitlin explores what has prompted discussions about a change in policy on vaccines and
whether these are likely to be effective.
What is a vaccine, why do we need them and what’s new in the field? Jennifer investigates the world of vaccines and how they contribute to our health.
Science is for everyone; even those who wish to dismiss it. Kirstin investigates the current crisis in confidence and how we can engage people more successfully.
Ailish explores oncoviruses, the group of silent pathogenic invaders whose cellular disruption has led them to become a leading cause of human cancers worldwide.