BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

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Horace Barlow - Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 5th March 2012

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Michael Bate - Royal Society Research Professor; Professor of Developmental Neurobiology, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 2nd July 2008

Cambridge Neuroscience

Patrick Bateson - Former Provost of King's College, Cambridge; Emeritus Professor of Ethology, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 13th December 2007

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Sydney Brenner - Senior Distinguished Fellow of the Crick-Jacobs Center, Salk Institute; Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine 2002

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 3rd August 2007

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Hal Dixon - Department of Biochemistry, Cambridge University (deceased)

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 3rd August 2007

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Ken Edwards - Previously Secretary General at Cambridge University, then Vice-Chancellor of Leicester University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 5th February 2009

John Gurdon - Gurdon Institute, Cambridge University; Former Master of Madalene College, Cambridge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 20th August 2008

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Robert Hinde - Former Master of St John's, Cambridge; Emeritus Royal Society Research Professor of Zoology, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 7th and 20th November 2007

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Gabriel Horn - Former Master of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge; Emeritus Professor of Zoology, Cambridge University

interviewed by Patrick Bateson 16th January and 3rd April 2007

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Tim Hunt - Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine 2001

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 7th and 28th July 2015

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Andrew Huxley - Former Master of Trinity College, Cambridge; Emeritus Professor of Physiology, University College, London; Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine 1963

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 5th October 2007

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Barry Keverne - Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience and Director of Sub-Department of Animal Behaviour, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 23rd March 2009

Cambridge Neuroscience

Richard Keynes - Emeritus Professor of Physiology, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 26th September2007

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Aaron Klug - Former President of the Royal Society; former Head of the MRC Laboratory in Cambridge; 1982 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 11th December 2007

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Vittorio Luzzati - Crystallographer; Former Head, Centre de Genetique Moleculaire, CNRS, Gif sur Yvette, France

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 18th September 2009

Frederick Sanger - Formerly Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge; Nobel prizes in chemistry 1958 and 1980

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 24th August 2007

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John Sulston - Formerly Director of the Sanger Centre, Cambridge; Institute for Science, Ethics and Innovation, Manchester University; Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine 2002

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 16th September 2008

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Azim Surani - Mary Marshall and Arthur Walton Professor of Physiology and Reproduction at the University of Cambridge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 19th June 2009

Gurdon Institute

John Walker - Director of the MRC Dunn Human Nutrition Unit in Cambridge; Nobel prize in chemistry 1997

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 14th January 2008

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