Podcast library

The Society produces a variety of short podcast interviews to reflect and report on our activities. These include interviews with prize lecturers, members of our executive and delegates attending our events.

Gary Lewin, and his team from the Max-Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany, talk through their research looking at mechano-transduction. (11 mins)
Andrew French and Päivi Torkkeli, Dalhousie University, Canada are using spiders to study mechano-transduction; the system responsible for mechanical senses such as touch and vibration. (8 mins)
Ewan Smith from the Max-Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany explains his research looking at the rats’ unusual nervous system response to noxious stimuli. (6 mins)
Jonathan Ashmore (University College London, UK) and Robert Fettiplace (University of Wisconsin, USA) talk us through the role of hair cells in the inner ear. (6 mins)
How often do you think about your bones and skeleton? Possibly only when you have broken something. This podcast explores what bones are made of, their function and how they adapt. (14 mins)