How do cells communicate? Can one group of cells control the density of a neighboring group of cells? Can cells perceive the death of nearby cells? What can cell communication teach us about the processes it underlies, such as human behavior? These are just a few of the questions that have guided Dr. Daniel Fels’ work in the field of biological research, particularly in his latest venture, the establishment of the Biophysical Cell Communication Lab. His focus has been on determining whether or not cells communicate using electromagnetic waves, and he’s conducted a number of experiments to test this.
He joins the podcast to discuss the details of his experiments, including the observations and conclusions they’ve led to, and the doors to new research they’ve opened. Dr. Fels brings an impressive amount of knowledge to the conversation, making a technical conversation compelling.
Tune in and learn more by searching for his publications on the web.
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