Science Interviews

Interviews
  • Whistle while you talk

    Mon, 24th Aug 2015

    Whistled Turkish is an intriguing both for its unusual form and for its ways of being pro...

  • The sex appeal of symmetry

    Mon, 24th Aug 2015

    Symmetry in faces is often linked with attractiveness, but why is this the case?

  • One theory to rule them all

    Mon, 24th Aug 2015

    What is a 'Theory of Everything' and do we have a chance of finding one?

  • Talking about toilets

    Mon, 17th Aug 2015

    More people have access to a mobile phone than to a proper toilet, but there are resear...

  • What is disgust?

    Mon, 17th Aug 2015

    We all know the feeling that disgust brings with it, but what exactly is disgust, and w...

  • Why the zebras got its stripes

    Mon, 17th Aug 2015

    Zebras' stripes make it difficult for predators to catch them- or that's what we though...

  • Peter Jones - DNA methylation

    Thu, 13th Aug 2015

    To get the low-down on the mysteries of methylation I spoke to one of the leading exper...

  • The future of graphene

    Mon, 10th Aug 2015

    Graphene has some truly exceptional properties. The real killer application will be in ...

  • Applications of graphene

    Mon, 10th Aug 2015

    We have heard all the hype, but what is graphene actually doing for us right now? What ...

  • Making graphene industrially

    Mon, 10th Aug 2015

    Graphene has some impressive properties, but how do we actually make it commercially? W...

  • What is graphene?

    Mon, 10th Aug 2015

    Graphene was first isolated in 2004. Since then we have heard the hype, but what actual...

  • Bonobo language

    Mon, 10th Aug 2015

    Bonobos can communicate just like human babies, by using sounds with different meaning ...

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