Life Solved lifts the lid on the latest ideas and discoveries that look set to change our lives. Every week we'll bring you a fresh episode featuring cutting-edge research. Find out how this is set to revolutionise the way our world works. We'll explain how technology and community go hand in hand with the natural world, and how industry and sustainable environments can connect for the benefit of society.
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Portsmouth researchers explore the problems faced by sustainability in society today and new breakthroughs coming out of Portsmouth.
Professor Alex Ford explores how the behaviour of sea creatures changes when zombie-like parasites thrive in polluted waters.
Professor Jerome Swinny has been exploring the physical link between our bodies and our life experiences.
What should you do if you find yourself drowning in cold water? Professor Mike Tipton is campaigning for water safety to be part of the national curriculum.
Portsmouth researchers discuss the issues that have arisen as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Dr John Young explores how technology is advancing treatment for many suffering with bladder conditions.
Professor Steve Fletcher explains how international cooperation on our mysterious oceans could help save environments.
Professor Peter Lee spoke to drone operators about how their job does not detach them from the act of killing.
Dr Mark Hardiman discusses climate change and how hot summers may become the norm in the UK.
Professor Arthur Butt on why deeper research into glia holds the key to treating some of our biggest illnesses.
Dr Joanne Preston shows us how she's been reintroducing native oysters to the Solent with pioneering tech.