INNOVATIONS IN DIAGNOSING BLADDER CONDITIONS FT. DR. JOHN S. YOUNGDr John Young says too many people are suffering silently and it's time for change. At least 1 in 5 adults suffers from diseases of the urinary tract today. Many people live limited lives due to such conditions and in many cases catching these ear...
HOW POLITICS BECAME SOCIAL FT. DR. JAMES DENNISFrom the Cambridge Analytica scandal, to protest in response to the death of George Floyd,Dr James Dennis explores how social media is a gateway and amplifier to learning, engagement and civil participation in politics. Find out how polit...
THE CORONAVIRUS TOOLKITIn this special launch episode of Life Solved, the new podcast series from the University of Portsmouth, we hear from researchers across the disciplines. We'll be discussing the issues that have arisen as a result of Coronavirus pandemic; from a r...
Life Solved - Coming on Tuesday 28th JulyLIFE SOLVED lifts the lid on the latest ideas and discoveries that look set to change our lives. Our first episode is out on Tuesday 28th July. Subscribe on your favourite podcast app now, to make sure you get an new episode every week. Real resear…
By University of Portsmouth
LIFE SOLVED lifts the lid on the latest ideas and discoveries that look set to change our lives.
Every week we’ll bring you a fresh episode featuring cutting-edge research. Find out how this is set to revolutionise the way our world works. We’ll explain how technology and community go hand in hand with the natural world, and how industry and sustainable environments can connect for the benefit of society.
Real research. Real world change.
From your subconscious political behaviour on social media to how we can use tech to get swift diagnosis and treatment for common medical problems, the big ideas are here.
Amazing work taking place at the University of Portsmouth is breaking new ground: In series one of Life Solved we dive into the mental impact of drone warfare on military operators. We’ll explore how Britain’s hot summers could mean forest fires are a big feature of our future. We’ll investigate the huge health implications of little-understood cells in our neurological systems and pick apart the out-dated law that could mean your will is far from watertight.
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You can find out more about research taking place at the University of Portsmouth at port.ac.uk/SOLVE.