Kitchens and laboratories have a lot in common. So it’s no coincidence that a commercial kitchen was booked to give new students in the elite Biomedical Neurosciences program a non-threatening introduction to lab methods in the first week of their studies.READ MORE
Engaging in a creative pursuit can stimulate creativity and foster boldness and tenacity in the lab and beyond.
We are relying on specialist knowledge to guide us through the coronavirus pandemic – so it is more important than ever to grasp what expertise is and where it comes from, says Roger Kneebone, author of a new book on the subject.
The real threat to becoming a specialist is the yearning for quick fixes and instant gratification.
The pandemic has made the necessity of relying on experts evident to all ... this is a rich exploration of lifelong learning.
From an MRSA Quilt to a Plague Dress, how artists are transforming the intersection of medicine and textiles.
Forget trying to saw Debbie McGee in half – some conjurers are using their skills to help surgeons, refugee children and even imagine a better future.
UK hospitals are turning to simulation and the virtual world to train healthcare professionals in medical procedures.
Roger Kneebone is out to change how we view the NHS – learning lessons from puppeteers, tailors and musicians.