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For Inquisitive Minds

15 EpisodesProduced by Ali JiwaniWebsite

FIM or For Inquisitive Minds is a podcast interviewing top researchers, PhD students and other academics on their cutting edge research. We break down each topic so it is easy for anyone to pick up, and then build up the knowledge base so everyone can understand the respective theses and purposes of… read more

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14 Understanding customer satisfaction

October 24th, 2019


Organisations which sell services or products to mass audiences struggle to understand the reasons why their customers are happy, and especially how …

13 Human rights as sources of national and international criminal law

October 10th, 2019


Mattio argues that in the last few years laws have increasingly become a preferred and often unquestioned means of attempting to enforce human rights. The use of human rights to mandate expanded penalty (intended as the …

12 Liquid biopsy and characterising tumour molecular features from blood

September 26th, 2019


Prostate cancer is a very heterogeneous disease with variable molecular phenotypes and clinical outcomes. The challenges and clinical unmet needs are …

10 Exploring the perceptions of patient safety in the NHS ambulance services

August 29th, 2019


Keegan explores ambulance settings are incredibly under-researched when compared to that of hospitals and primary care settings, and so it's very …

09: Simulating our universe using machine learning with Davide Piras

August 1st, 2019


Davide is a PhD student at University College London, studying how machine learning could be applied to replicate simulations of our Universe. His …

08: An eco-friendly solution to help prevent Schistosomiasis with Rhianna Williams

July 18th, 2019


Rhianna works at Imperial College London, raising funds for research within Medicine and Sciences. She also conducts research into Neglected Tropical …

07: The Benefits of Autophagy with Gautam Runwal

July 4th, 2019


Gautam has completed his PhD from the University of Cambridge and will be moving to UCSF as a postdoctoral scholar. His current research interests …

06: Optimal Solutions in 5G using Coding Theory with Rafah El-Khatib

June 20th, 2019


Rafah did her PhD in Coding Theory at EPFL, Switzerland and is now a data scientist at ING in London. Her research focused on the analysis of an optimisation algorithm, called belief propagation, that is used in …

05: Using Machine Learning to test drug responses with Will Bowers

June 6th, 2019


Will Bowers is a PhD researcher at the institute of Cancer Research. He is focusing on defining biomarkers of tyrosine kinase inhibitor response in soft tissue sarcoma. To break that down, soft tissue sarcoma (STS) is a …

04: Why don't pancreatic cancer cells die? Ask Caroline Haegeman

May 22nd, 2019


Caroline is a PhD student at Imperial College studying pancreatic cancer. Her research focuses on understanding the mechanisms of resistance to cell …

03: Energy Storage with Oliver Schmidt

May 10th, 2019


Oliver Schmidt has a PhD researcher at Imperial College in Energy storage. He is looking at the Future cost of electricity storage and its value in …

02: A Discussion on Intergroup Conflict and Aggression/Social Psychology with Dorottya Lantos, PhD Candidate

April 25th, 2019


For Inquisitive Minds is a fortnightly podcast showcasing post graduate work in all areas. The podcast seeks to identify ground breaking research and bring it to the masses. On this podcast we chat about many areas of …

01: Quantum Computing with Pavlos Apostolidis, PhD

April 10th, 2019


For Inquisitive Minds is a fortnightly podcast showcasing post graduate work in all areas. The podcast seeks to identify ground breaking research and …

The Introduction

March 10th, 2019


Introducing FIM - For Inquisitive Minds. Check it out and learn about what we are working on!

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