Disruptive interview: Lee Cronin, Regius Chair of Chemistry, University of Glasgow

Disruptive Editor, Rachel Park interviews Professor Lee Cronin from the University of Glasgow to gain insights into his work, which takes place in his Scottish Lab and a parallel lab in China. Working towards the democratisation of Chemistry and improved drug discovery rates, Lee provides details of how 3D printing plays a significant part in this work and reveals how his ultimate aim is personalised pharmaceuticals. Talking regulation, responsibility and ethics, among other things, this is a fascinating interview that highlights some long-standing implications for the future of democratised healthcare and the role of 3D printing in it.