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Self-destructing cancer cells

Constantinos Koumenis says his new target for cancer may be an important step in progress, but stresses that there is no magic bullet to stop the disease.

August journal-based learning exercises

Please select your choice of correct answers and complete the exercises online at: www.ibms.org/cpd/jbl

Here to Help: Free IBMS Congress talks pt.2

Jocelyn Pryce, IBMS Deputy Head of Education, highlights complimentary talks and workshops in Hall 4 over the four days of Congress 2019.

My Lab: Red cell immunohaematology

Specialist Biomedical Scientist Helen Owens gives a guided tour of her reference laboratory at NHS Blood and Transplant, Newcastle.

Efficient regulation

A more consistent and transparent regulatory system can only be for the good, writes Sarah May.  

August news in numbers

A breakdown of science news this month, in numbers.

Under the microscope: Sulfur mustard

This month: Sulfur mustard

The big question: Why do people believe fake science?

This month, three professionals discuss why people believe in fake science. 

Environmental Concerns

It is the responsibility of everyone to ensure that the NHS is environmentally sound, writes Sarah May.

The big question: “How can technology be used to support learning and CPD?”

Three professionals discuss how technology can be used to support learning and CPD. 

Here to Help: Free IBMS Congress talks

Jocelyn Pryce, IBMS Deputy Head of Education, gives an overview of the complimentary education and CPD sessions at Congress.

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