The physicist Stefan Hell, who has been awarded this year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry, brought about a revolution in the field of microscopy with his discovery. In this portrait of the scientist, you will find out about his achievements which led to a new class of light microscope that can probe far
Hemophilia patients lack an important element in the complex process of blood clotting. As a result, blood from wounds does not clot or clots only very slowly. Even minor injuries can become a health hazard to the patient. Wang Xia Li from Beijing talks about how she and her sick son deal with the disease. Please find more information on hemophilia here: http://pharma.bayer.com/concerns-of-the-heart/tool/FRAME.htm?l=disorders/blood.htm Visit our channel for more news about science and current research: https://www.youtube.com/user/BayerTVinternational
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