What a year…. 16 blog posts; 12 podcasts (5 external, 7 internal); 1 PI-led post (Thanks Ed and Dave!); 21 people interviewed; 7 contributors; an undergraduate student, 1,155 listeners and 5,148 blog views; 16 photos on Instagram; 7 videos on Youtube Thank you! Hi everyone. 2016 was a fantastic year for Contagious Thinking and our team,… Continue reading
The deadline for applications is nearly upon us (Friday 6th January) but before you submit, here are a couple more reasons why you should come and do a PhD at the CVR. Thanks to the students for helping with this and Siobhan, Joanna, Yasmin and Josie for production.
If you listened to this episode of Contagious Thinking, and have a couple of minutes to spare, please fill in this questionnaire about the podcast; https://goo.gl/forms/gWqwGLq5pZjUJcNb2 When bacteria ruled the world Antibiotics don’t resolve viral infections. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that research in virology can’t impact antibiotic resistance, a problem… Continue reading
*** Please fill in this questionnaire about the podcast and how it can be improved in the future. docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQL…/viewform?c=0&w=1 *** Is HIV and AIDS still important? Every year, the first of December marks World AIDS day (history here). AIDS, or acquired deficiency syndrome , is a serious viral disease that results from infection with Human Immunodeficiency… Continue reading