Scope

Scope

Medi Science
ELEVEN  |  March 3, 2017

Join Lee on SCOPE as she dives head first into the world of medical science! We learn all about the relationship between nature and medicine, we head out to a blood donation centre and we find out exactly how an x-ray operates!

Nature and Medicine
Nature and medicine have been working side by side for centuries! Catch up with Dr Sean Coakley from the University of Queensland as he walks you through some of their greatest collaborations and hints at what's still to come!

Blood Donation
Join Lee as she steps out of the bunker and into to the Red Cross blood donation centre, where Kasey Buchan is on hand to help her out with her donation!

How an X-Ray Works
You may have had an X-ray yourself or know someone who has! But how exactly do they work? Well, that's the very question Hannah Milnes from the Wesley Medical Imaging Centre is here to answer!

DIY - Breathing Machines
We breathe in and out every day without really thinking about it, but what's actually happening when we do this? Junior scientists Claire and Alice find out by building a model of the human respiratory system.

Kangaroo Cartilage
It may sound strange, but as Tomina Ali from Queensland University of Technology explains, kangaroos could be the key to helping repair damaged cartilage in human knees joints.

Motion Capture CP
Cerebral Palsy is disease that seriously affects how a person is able to move. That's why Jarred Gillette from the University of Queensland is working to find new ways to improve muscle function for Cerebral Palsy sufferers.

All that and more on a medically sound episode of SCOPE: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary!

Join Lee on SCOPE as she dives head first into the world of medical science! We learn all about the relationship between nature and medicine, we head out to a blood donation centre and we find out exactly how an x-ray operates!

Nature and Medicine
Nature and medicine have been working side by side for centuries! Catch up with Dr Sean Coakley from the University of Queensland as he walks you through some of their greatest collaborations and hints at what's still to come!

Blood Donation
Join Lee as she steps out of the bunker and into to the Red Cross blood donation centre, where Kasey Buchan is on hand to help her out with her donation!

How an X-Ray Works
You may have had an X-ray yourself or know someone who has! But how exactly do they work? Well, that's the very question Hannah Milnes from the Wesley Medical Imaging Centre is here to answer!

DIY - Breathing Machines
We breathe in and out every day without really thinking about it, but what's actually happening when we do this? Junior scientists Claire and Alice find out by building a model of the human respiratory system.

Kangaroo Cartilage
It may sound strange, but as Tomina Ali from Queensland University of Technology explains, kangaroos could be the key to helping repair damaged cartilage in human knees joints.

Motion Capture CP
Cerebral Palsy is disease that seriously affects how a person is able to move. That's why Jarred Gillette from the University of Queensland is working to find new ways to improve muscle function for Cerebral Palsy sufferers.

All that and more on a medically sound episode of SCOPE: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary!

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