Point / Counterpoint

How scientific ideas develop and how conflicting data or different interpretations of the same data can give rise to controversies within science

The Point / Counterpoint session for young investigators took place on Friday 2 September. The aim was to show how scientific ideas develop and how conflicting data or different interpretations of the same data can give rise to controversies within science. We met up with three participants for a preview of their debate on oxygen sensing and hypoxia.

  • Keith Buckler, University of Oxford
  • Mark Evans, University of Edinburgh
  • Jeremy Ward, King’s College London

Cardiac & Respiratory Physiology Themed Meeting - Coping with hypoxaemia: strategies and solutions

All these podcasts were recorded on Thursday 2 September 2010 in Birmingham.

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