Once again we've kept our eye on social media this week so you don't have to... here's our digital digest.
Watch BSH member Dr Cédric Ghevaert introduce his research on Laboratory-grown blood cells. The video is produced by Cambridge Stem Cell Institute.
What are blood cells and what do they do? Dr Cédric Ghevaert introduces his research in our first #FridayFilm about lab-grown blood cells. Find out more at https://t.co/7Lj5mRYQGk @Cambridge_Uni @NHSBT pic.twitter.com/RwtEVIOarg— Cambridge Stem Cell Institute (@SCICambridge) February 9, 2018
Watch nerve cells being born in the brains of living mice. Not strictly haematology related, but we still found this video fascinating.
The science community celebrated Darwin Day on 12 February. The Institute of Cancer Research highlighted how his work can be used today to help combat cancer.
Could Darwin help us outsmart cancer?— The ICR (@ICR_London) February 14, 2018
To celebrate this year's #DarwinDay on Monday @CHHastings wrote a blog post about why Darwin's 150-year old findings might just be the most important weapon we have to defeat cancer. https://t.co/RkIWf3QQLk pic.twitter.com/mjnrgOvFUC
We have just discovered the amazing #TransfusionToons
14 February marked Valentine's Day. We enjoyed seeing haematologist Chris Tiplady's image of a heart shaped lymphocyte.
Happy Valentine's Day from this lymphocyte pic.twitter.com/NI5AKRqMN8— Chris Tiplady (@christiplady) February 14, 2018