Science Interviews

Interviews
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    Laser-Powered Fusion

    Tue, 2nd Sep 2014

    The tokamak method isn't the only way to creat fusion, scientists are trying laser fusi...

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    The Tokamak Method

    Tue, 2nd Sep 2014

    The Joint European Torus initiative and what it means for the future of energy...

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    Plight of the bumblebee

    Tue, 26th Aug 2014

    Honeybees are used worldwide as pollinators, but as numbers dwindle their price is incr...

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    Mutual Microbes

    Tue, 26th Aug 2014

    You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours. A motto you may not expect in the microbial worl...

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    Outbreak Origins

    Tue, 26th Aug 2014

    How did Ebola and HIV first infect humans? Analysing viral DNA holds the answers to their...

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    Video game therapy

    Tue, 26th Aug 2014

    New ideas in treating mental illness such as depression could mean that video games repla...

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    Love thy virus

    Tue, 26th Aug 2014

    Bacteria are getting more and more resistant to antibiotics like penicillin. A way around...

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    Life on Mars

    Tue, 26th Aug 2014

    Did our closest planetary neighbour ever habour life? And how would we ever find it?

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    Prof David Gems - Healthy ageing

    Mon, 25th Aug 2014

    I spoke to David Gems, professor of biogerontology at UCL, and asked him what we mean b...

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    SWAN UK

    Mon, 18th Aug 2014

    How do you treat someone if you don't know what they have? SWAN UK works with families wh...

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    Personalised Diagnostics

    Mon, 18th Aug 2014

    A gene that could cause a heart attack in one person, could have no effect on another. Wh...

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    How Genes Are Sequenced

    Mon, 18th Aug 2014

    Genes can determine everything about you - past, present and future - but how are they ...

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    Maths and Reading

    Wed, 13th Aug 2014

    In the news this month was a new study showing that gene variations linked to reading a...

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    Gene of the Month - Pax6

    Wed, 13th Aug 2014

    And finally it’s time for our gene of the month, and in keeping with our theme of visio...

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    Restoring Sight

    Wed, 13th Aug 2014

    At University College London’s Institute of Ophthalmology, Dr Rachael Pearson and her t...

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    Seeing the Light

    Wed, 13th Aug 2014

    To find out more about how organisms, including humans, detect light - through special ...

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    Video games: good or bad?

    Mon, 11th Aug 2014

    There's lots of both good and bad press surrounding video games. But what should we bel...

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    Origami robots

    Mon, 11th Aug 2014

    Scientists have made origami-inspired robots that are capable of folding and unfolding ...

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    Bears can "turn off" diabetes

    Fri, 8th Aug 2014

    Obese bears might help further our understanding of how to treat the growing epidemic of ...

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    Food and mood

    Fri, 8th Aug 2014

    The microbes inside of our stomachs may be affecting our mood, and even behaviour...

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    Why we feel full

    Fri, 8th Aug 2014

    What signals does our gut send our brain once we've eaten enough?

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    Making sense of taste

    Fri, 8th Aug 2014

    It's now a well known fact that noses contribute a lot to our sense of flavour, but what ...

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