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Oct 7, 2016
Joe and Lauren share their favorite predictions about the future while Jonathan makes lots of jokes. What predictions rank among the team's favorites?
Sep 30, 2016
Will we ever find a cure for diabetes? Are there technologies that will help people manage diabetes more easily?
by Joe McCormick | Jun 29, 2016
Biosimilar drugs have the potential to change the medical landscape. We talk about what biosimilar drugs are and their pros and cons.
by Joe McCormick | Jun 15, 2016
Making supercapacitors out of the same stuff you'd buy for a barbecue seems strange, but edible electronics could change the medical industry for the better. Tune in to learn how (and what they'll taste like).
by Joe McCormick | Apr 15, 2016
There's no scientific consensus on the causes of aging and that has led to some spirited debates. We explore the arguments and learn a little something about ourselves in the process.
by Joe McCormick | Apr 13, 2016
Why face the ravages of time if you can stave off the effects of aging? We look at ways to cheat the clock!
by Joe McCormick | Feb 17, 2016
Could future contact lenses detect diseases, environmental hazards and give us augmented reality vision? We explore how companies are hoping to bring a new vision of the future to life.
by Joe McCormick | Feb 5, 2016
What vaccines are currently in development and what is the future of vaccines?
by Joe McCormick | Feb 3, 2016
Where do vaccines come from and how do they work? In this episode, we explore the origin and mechanics of vaccination.
by Joe McCormick | Oct 2, 2015
Lauren and Jonathan explore three ways 3D printers could change medicine. From printing drugs to regenerating nerves, we explore what happens when doctors work with additive manufacturing.
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