Last year about €34 million was invested in clinical research in Slovakia, with 6,927 patients being involved in trials mainly in the field of oncology, gastroenterology, diabetology and neurology, acc ...
Can the exploration of space slow down climate change? Will humans eventually visit other stars? One person who thinks so is science fiction writer and NASA employee Les Johnson.
After decades of delay Bratislava will have a new modern hospital but following a different "script" than originally planned.
A network of 46 hospitals distributed optimally across the country with guaranteed funding from health insurance companies and fully functional by 2030 - this is the goal of the proposed plan revealed by the Health Ministry on Monday.
We speak with a Slovak specialist in the problem of 'space debris' about how the space industry is trying to deal with this kind of pollution.
What materials would you use to build a house on the moon? We visit the first space industry conference ever to be held in Slovakia.
Will Slovakia finally become a member of the European Space Agency? We speak with advocates for this move at the 20th anniversary conference of the Štefánik space mission.
We talk with a young Slovak researcher and bio-ethicist in the field of Health Technology Assessment, part of a healthcare approach called evidence-based medicine.
Imagine that one day a childhood friend of your younger brother - who happens to be a psychologist living in the US - tells you that he has a great idea for helping those working in mental health to as ...
We speak with Sir Roger Penrose during his recent visit to Bratislava, about his view of the universe and why he thinks mathematics gives us such an accurate picture of the natural world.