Eleanor Stride on bubbles
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Every Agatha Christie fan knows the murderous potential of an
air bubble injected directly into the bloodstream. But, for
Eleanor Stride, a biomedical engineer at UCL,
bubbles may hold the key to saving lives, not ending them. She
talks to the Wellcome Trust's Daniel Glaser about how her
pioneering work on microbubbles has the potential to transform
ultrasound imaging and drug delivery.
This packed lunch event was recorded live
on 20 October 2010 at Wellcome Collection.
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