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Surfaces and Interfaces in Chemistry, Physics and Medicine Dr Andrew Thomas of the School of Materials, Photon Science Institute, The University of Manchester will be presenting this topic. Every solid or liquid has a surface. We probably take this for granted, but … Continue reading
Andy Canterbury is the business development manager for MC Diagnostics, a small company based in St Asaph, North Wales and they have developed a DNA microarray platform for medical diagnostic testing; the primary application being HLA typing. Andrew has an … Continue reading
Zika Virus – Separating Fact from Fiction Dr Lee Haines gave us an overview on the current Zika virus outbreak in the Americas and focussed on the history of Zika, the different ways the virus can be transmitted, the clinical … Continue reading
Pain – The Art and Science of Why People Hurt Our speaker this month is David Nolan, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, and son of Macclesfield SciBar Chairman. He will be with us to talk about “pain“.
Professor Clare Holdsworth of Keele University will talk to us of the different patterns of alcohol intake as we age and how it is changing in modern times.
Professor Peter Stockley will discuss his work “Decrypting the viral enigma code – recent progress in anti viral therapy”. It certainly sounds much more like trying to solve the German “Enigma” code in the second world war than unravelling how … Continue reading