A career in the health sciences would let you help people directly in a very 'hands-on' way!
Learn how researchers from Amgen are developing new drugs for cancer.
Learn about the risks of electromagnetic radiation near high-voltage power lines.
Particle accelerators have amazing applications - from growing food to making airplanes safe.
Education and Knowledge Exchange Specialist, Cancer Education
When the cells of Henrietta Lacks were collected by medical researchers after her death in 1951, it changed the future of medicine.
This backgrounder explains the potential effects of radiation on the human body.
Gamma rays might make you think of cancer, harmful radiation or superheroes. But gamma rays have lots of uses: food safety, manufacturing and even medicine!
When a person has cancer, CAR-T Therapy uses their own cells to destroy the cancer cells in their body.