Akhilesh Reddy (Department of Clinical Neurosciences) discusses how circadian rhythms can affect whether you get the flu.
Julieta Galante (Department of Psychiatry) discusses how self-observation can help you choose a career path.
Ash Amin (Department of Geography) and John Bell (Faculty of Law) discuss the importance of European research collaborations, and how they might continue post-Brexit.
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David Greenberg (Department of Psychology) discusses the problems of labeling music by genre.
Michael Kitson (Cambridge Judge Business School) discusses how the Bank of England may try to give the economy a boost.
David Sargan (Department of Veterinary Medicine) discusses the health implications of breeding the perfect pets.
Daphne Martschenko (Faculty of Education) discusses whether DNA can predict our educational achievement.
Piers Mitchell (Department of Biological Anthropology) discusses what we can learn from rummaging around in 2,000-year-old toilets.
Pablo Monsivais (MRC Epidemiology Unit) and Annalijn I. Conklin (University of California, Los Angeles) discuss what sort of diet can reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Peter Williamson (Cambridge Judge Business School) discusses the sale of Cambridge-based technology firm ARM Holdings to Japan's Softbank for £24 billion.