Video Interviews
What main challanges face founders of a startup company? What main challanges face founders of a startup company?

Startups fighting for getting innovation recognized

December 2014
How do venture capitalists make investment choices? How do venture capitalists make investment choices?

The team is the key ingredient for a start-up to be successful

December 2014
What role does the EU play in funding innovative research? What role does the EU play in funding innovative research?

H2020 financial package increases for knowledge transfer through start-up creation and innovative activities

December 2014
How could medical data crunching contribute to develop new personalised drugs? How could medical data crunching contribute to develop new personalised drugs?

It is a difficult balancing act to share personal patient's data so that it can be used for personalized medical treatments.

July 2014
What are the latest challenges making translational research more systematic? What are the latest challenges making translational research more systematic?

Basic research and applied research need to work together in a systematic way.

July 2014
What are the challenges in implementing a European patent? What are the challenges in implementing a European patent?

There are many challenges for the implementation of a European patent.

July 2014
The hidden bonus of vaccination The hidden bonus of vaccination

People who refuse vaccination underestimate the personal and social risks of not being protected, says Odile Leroy.

November 2013
What does technology transfer really mean? What does technology transfer really mean?

Many challenges need to be addressed before bringing research out of the laboratory and of turning it into applications.

November 2013
Can any scientist become a startup entrepreneur? Can any scientist become a startup entrepreneur?

Some key aspects of the mechanics of investment in health research uncovered.

November 2013
Why do we need patent? Why do we need patent?

Discover how patenting works for health discoveries and its implications.

November 2013
Towards personalised medicines Towards personalised medicines

Developing drugs tailored for different types of patients is the trend of today's industry, says Christophe Thuriau

November 2013
Understanding aging Understanding aging

How a rare inherited disorder sheds light on the mechanism of aging.

November 2013
Tailoring cancer cures Tailoring cancer cures

Targeted therapies for tumours are not there yet, but we can expect them in the near future, says Gilles Favre

November 2013
Holistic approaches to biology Holistic approaches to biology

The emerging, holistic field of system biology is a true revolution unfolding before our eyes, says Charles Auffray

November 2013
Curing juvenile diabetes Curing juvenile diabetes

An artificial pancreas will help people to live a more normal life until a cure can be found, says Peter Cleary

November 2013
Regenerating brains with stem cells Regenerating brains with stem cells

Reprogramming stem cells is one of the most promising advance towards curing neurodegenerations, says Bernd Evert

November 2013
Vaccines for women's health Vaccines for women's health

A vaccine for candida and other vaginal infections is very much needed and may become a reality in the next few years, says Antonio Cassone

November 2013
Innovating with venture capital Innovating with venture capital

Venture capital often provides initial investment to innovative research, says Anne Horgan

November 2013
Fighting food addiction Fighting food addiction

Over-eating should be treated as a brain disorders, and we desperately need new drugs for it, says Suzanne Dickson

November 2013
Health communication 2.0 Health communication 2.0

With the Internet, patients find more information than anyone can possibly read. We need to select what is significant,
says Natasha Martineau

November 2013
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