Nanobubbles

My Christmas Blog 2021 looks at the fluid physiology of nanobubbles. Clinicians are comfortable with solution of gas molecules in aqueous solutions. We measure the partial pressures of vital gases in blood very frequently, and understand that greater pressure means more molecules (of O2, CO2 etc) per unit volume. We can draw diagrams of O2…… Continue reading Nanobubbles

The Biological/Physical Sciences Divide, and the Age of Unreason

This week I received an email from friend & colleague William (Bill) Muir in the USA. He shared some papers for me to comment on, and they have led me through some very interesting observations about the current state of sciences and their divergence. Time was that medicine and physiology were one and the same;…… Continue reading The Biological/Physical Sciences Divide, and the Age of Unreason