Can societies strike a balance between combating the dangers of viral outbreaks and pandemics, while maintaining the hopes of eradicating established diseases, such as malaria and HIV/AIDS, which continue to claim millions of lives each year?
Fergus Walsh, (Chair) BBC Medical Correspondent
Professor Peter Piot M.D, Director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Professor of Global Health
Professor W Ian Lipkin M.D, John Snow Professor of Epidemiology and Professor of Neurology and Pathology at Columbia University
Dr Marie Charles M.D, Founder and CEO of Global Medic Force
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A wildlife and natural history study of the Sami people in the Arctic Circle.
8 December 2021
Hear the latest caving discoveries and fascinating underground science projects, and discover the role of cavers in underground sites in British Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), as well as the work of cave rescue organisations.
20 September 2021
The ubiquitous use of mobile devices means that citizens can gather information like never before. But can what they contribute be geographically valuable?
1 October 2019
Space and time on Earth are regulated by the prime (Greenwich) meridian, 0'. Before the 1880s more than 25 prime meridians were in use, resulting in problems of global measurement that engaged geographers, astronomers and navigators.
13 March 2017
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