Introducing Invent Life Sciences, the follow up to Invent Health.
Invent Life Sciences explores the impact of biology and technology on the life sciences sector.
Life sciences are often referred to as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, deploying biology and technology in real-world applications to transform medicine, diagnostics, and ultimately our ability to engineer the building blocks of life itself.
From delivering cures using cell therapies to harnessing the genetic code, from learning from the Theranos scandal to understanding disruption in drug discovery, Invent Life Sciences will take a deep dive into the most exciting developments in the field.
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Introducing Invent Life Sciences
The team at TTP are back with a new series all about the Life Sciences, to explore the impact of biology and technology on the life sciences sector.
Genomics: How to use a $100 genome
In this episode of Invent: Life Sciences, we explore the race to innovate in the sequencing arena, what’s happened so far, and what’s going to happen next.
Synthetic Biology: How to change your genes
What is the potential of synthetic biology? A chance to create life-changing therapies by speaking cells’ very own language? Or could rogue researchers use it to turn our own biology against us?
AI: How to think differently
The use of AI in drug discovery is one of the most exciting new sectors in the field. But how does it really work? What are the conditions needed to implement it? Is it really anything more than just a useful tool?
Preclinical drug development: How to simulate the human body
Are animal models still the most effective way to test drugs before we use them in humans? Or are they ready to be replaced by innovative new in vitro models of drug development?
Cell and Gene: How to make advanced therapies accessible
Will we ever be able to cure all diseases? And even if we could, should we want to? Does the answer lie in Cell and Gene therapies?
Cell Therapy Manufacture: How to scale the manufacture of living drugs
Will we ever be able to cure all diseases? And what does a world where we can look like? Is the more efficient manufacture of cell therapies the answer?
Diagnostics: How to do self-testing better
What can Theranos and Covid tell us about the state of modern diagnostics industry? Have they been a help, or a hindrance?
Life Science Investment: How to invest in change
How did the pandemic change the way in which we invest in the Life Sciences? Has the focus on Covid left other sectors to fall by the wayside?
Listen back to the first series of Invent Health
Human beings always seem to end up doing things we know are bad for us. But why? Where do these motivations lie? Does science and technology have the solution?
What is a mentally healthy lifestyle? Should we be happy all the time? What role does data have to play in mental healthcare services?
Neurotech: what is it? Elon Musk’s brain implants that herald a dystopian sci fi future? Or life saving technology which will be able to cure a multitude of injuries: back pain, epilepsy, even paralysis.
What role does science and technology play in the fight to prevent sight loss and even cure blindness?
Waste in healthcare is a pressing problem. And what is healthcare doing to fight back against the climate crisis?
Surgical robotics are all the rage right now - but are they better than humans? Are they too expensive? Do we even really need them?
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