FT Science with Clive Cookson
  • Cancer cells, robots, and arsenic May 10, 2011 - 4:49 pm
  • In this week's podcast: We talk to professor of cell biology at St George's, University of London, Dorothy Bennett about her research into the mortality and immortality of cancer cells; we talk to a computer scientist from the University of Vermont, Josh Bongard, about his work enlisting evolution to help design robots; and, the British Medical Journal's contribution this week from Duncan Jarvies is on the prevalence of arsenic in drinking water in many parts of the world, particularly Bangladesh.

    Presented by Clive Cookson with Andrew Jack in Berlin.

    Produced by LJ Filotrani
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