The scientific method made easy (Video)
The 'Made Easy' series explains the evidence of our origins, from the Big Bang to the human migration out of Africa. This video explains how we acquire this knowledge, and how ideas go from a hunch in a laboratory to accepted theories taught in school.
Theory of Knowledge: An Introduction (Video)
Professor A C Grayling - 10 Mins On Theory of Knowledge: An Introduction New College of the Humanities (NCH) offers a new model of higher education for the humanities in the UK. NCH students enjoy one of the best staff-to-student ratios in UK higher education and benefit from a high number of quality contact hours including engaging and challenging one-to-one tutorials.
Biobanks in the era of personalized medicine: objectives, challenges, and innovation (Website)
Biobanks are an international phenomenon because any single country, state, or society at the moment is not able to cover all issues involving the whole biobank problematic. Biobanks have an enormous innovative potential in the whole process of biomedical research in the twenty-first century.
A Review of International Biobanks and Networks: Success Factors and Key Benchmarks (Website)
Biobanks and biobanking networks are involved in varying degrees in the collection, processing, storage, and dissemination of biological specimens. This review outlines the approaches that 16 of the largest biobanks and biobanking networks in Europe, North America, Australia, and Asia have taken to collecting and distributing human research specimens and managing scientific initiatives while covering operating costs.
Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) Glossary (Video)
This web page provides a glossary of terms.
Australia's capacity to respond to an infectious disease outbreak (Video)
The aim of this paper is to raise issues for discussion and highlight both the positive and negative aspects of Australia s current emergency health response arrangements. Therefore, given the vast and complex nature of the national health system, it is not the intention of this paper to provide much more than a basic analysis of the issues or to offer recommendations.
Basics on Australian and New Zealand civil registration of births, deaths & marriages (Video)
Civil registration in Australia and New Zealand did not commence until some time after Great Britain. However, before that time many baptisms, christenings, marriages and burials were recorded in Church registers. Many of these registers have been incorporated into the indexes now available, but the coverage is not complete.
The Autism Biobank Research Project (Video)
Professor Cheryl Dissanayake introduces OTARC’s significant research project, The Autism Biobank. This historic data collection project is funded by the Autism Cooperative Research Centre (Autism CRC).
Medical innovations: Biobank (Video)
When it comes to doing epidemiological studies, numbers matter. We find out about the UK's biobank - a project to collect information and samples from 500,000 volunteers, which should help scientists look for links between lifestyle and health.
World Health Organisation International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). Research sections: cancer surveillance (Website)
This resource is to complement your learning, and introduce you to other perspectives on the topics under discussion.
The key focus of the Section of Cancer Surveillance (CSU) is the systematic and ongoing pursuit of global cancer data and statistics for cancer control action, in keeping with one of the primary aims of IARC — to describe and elucidate cancer occurrence worldwide. The Section coordinates the collection, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of indicators that capture the changing magnitude and profile of the disease by means of three essential and complementary areas of activity.