Greg Foot on Sunday Brunch: EVEREST Part 2 - Experiments - altitude, liquid oxygen, camera





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Published on Jul 8, 2013

Here's Science Presenter Greg Foot on Sunday Brunch on 2nd June 2013. This is the second part of his item re his recent trip up to Everest Base Camp. He trekked up to join a group of doctors and scientists who had set up the highest lab in the world. More info here: http://www.gregfoot.com/daredevil-lab...

In this item Greg shows why you get less oxygen per breathe as you go to altitude, why you need that oxygen to create energy, and, with the help of Professor Can Ince from the Erasmus University of Rotterdam, he has a look - LIVE - at Amanda Lamb's microcirculation.


Greg is a Daredevil Science Presenter on TV, Radio & at Live Events.

Half science geek, half adrenaline-junkie, he uses immersive stunts, eye-catching spectacles and hands-on demos to push science, and himself, to the limit.

He's been buried alive, frozen, shot, electrocuted, and even gone under the knife in the name of science... (that last one was to find out what humans taste of!)

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