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  • Help me to cure Nadia's cancer!

    Would you like to help cure Nadia's cancer while discovering how all the different treatments for this disease work? You'll use all the different treatments available to eliminate cancer cells circulating in Nadia's bloodstream in this game.

  • Stop Malaria

    How would you like to implement a health programme to help control malaria? In this game, you'll help to control and reduce the number of people affected by malaria in a village in Africa. You'll carry out a programme based on prevention, investment in new treatments and research projects in order to try to eradicate the disease.

  • Stop AIDS

    How does HIV infect us and how to current drugs on the market help control the infection? In this game you'll have to treat a patient infected with HIV. You'll need to pass all 4 rounds with questions and mini-games in order to control the infection.

  • The Unusual Suspects

    Can you detect moles which could be suspicious and might develop melanoma? Play the game and detect the suspect moles. You'll find out which factors increase the risk of melanoma and how it can be prevented. 

  • Help shrink belly fat

    Some obese people with large amounts of belly fat are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes due to insulin resistance. In this game, we invite you to move the insulin towards the cell receptors so that they glucose transporters are activated. Let's see if you can do it!

  • Develop a drug in this race against time!

    Would you like to participate in the process involved in developing a drug from its initial design up to when it is brought onto the market? You'll need to find the best candidate and carry out animal and human testing before the drug can be approved and sold.

  • Reading the book of our DNA

    How can we find new technologies which will help us analyse the genome quickly and more cheaply? In the video, scientists explain to us why they are close to coming to a solution where the method will be available in everyday medicine which will help improve treatment. 

  • What my genes say about me

    Did you know that how you perceive tastes depends on your genes? That and many other traits. Learn how DNA passes on its message, factors that influence how it works and recent advances in genetics which mean we can now carry out more personalised studies. 

  • Identifying cells responsible for the origin of metastases

    Until now, treatment for colorectal cancer was aimed at treating all the cells in a tumor in the same way. Researchers at the Colorectal Cancer Laboratory of the Institute for Research in Biomedicine in Barcelona are developing a technology to identify some stemcells and their genes in a colon tumor, that are to be responsible for metastases.

  • Do we speak the same genome?

    In this video, researchers explain to us a new project which attempts to unify the method used in different laboratories to read the information written in genes. The aim is to made advances in the techniques which will help us discover more about the genetic base of diseases which should help us prevent, diagnose and treat them.