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How I ended up in science

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Martin Raff is a Canadian-born neurologist and research biologist who has made important contributions to immunology and cell development. He has a special interest in apoptosis, the phenomenon of cell death. Recently retired from his professorship at University College, London, these stories were recorded in 2000.

Listeners: Christopher Sykes

Christopher Sykes is a London-based television producer and director who has made a number of documentary films for BBC TV, Channel 4 and PBS.

Tags: Vietnam War, UK, Europe, USA, Vietnam

Duration: 4 minutes, 31 seconds

Date story recorded: 2000

Date story went live: 13 July 2010