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Podcast transcript: the regenerative power of planarians

What can flatworms tell us about regeneration? Alejandro Sanchez Alvarado answers and addresses open questions in the field

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Ecological responses to climate change

With the launch of Climate Change Responses, co-Editor-in-Chief Eric Post tells us about how ecology is reacting to climate change

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Debating next generation sequencing for cancer treatment

Is next-generation sequencing and tumour profiling ready for routine use in cancer clinics? Find out in this podcast

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Podcast transcript: debating next generation sequencing for cancer treatment

Is next-generation sequencing and tumour profiling ready for routine use in cancer clinics? Find out in this podcast with oncologists Tripathy and Robson

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Getting to grips with the genetics and genomics of Parkinson’s disease

Recent years have seen our understanding of the genetics and genomics of Parkinson’s disease advance considerably. So what’s next?

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What risks do emergency services face at scenes of terrorist attacks?

Emergency medical teams at terrorist incidents are placed at risk from a variety of hazards. Researchers review the nature of these threats and how this should inform training

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Challenges in global healthcare delivery

How can healthcare be efficient and effective? What challenges does this raise? Leading researchers in the health services answer

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Combating malaria: prevailing challenges and recent advances

Resistance to current malaria treatments continues to rise. So what new therapeutics are on the horizon, and how close are we to developing a vaccine?

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Why inhibiting autophagy may spell the end for cancer cells

In this podcast Eileen White explains why autophagy – the process by which a cell ‘eats itself’ to survive – makes a promising target for cancer therapeutics

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The future of tau-based therapeutics

To accompany the Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy special series on tau-based therapeutics, we find out why tau is a promising target and what’s going on in the field right now