Science Interviews

Interviews
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    The Brain Prize!

    Thu, 20th Mar 2014

    Professor Trevor Robbins, has just been announced as one of the winners of the Grete Lund...

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    At Risk of Mental Illness?

    Thu, 20th Mar 2014

    Could genetic tests help diagnose people who are at risk of developing psychiatric condit...

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    How DNA gets damaged

    Sat, 8th Mar 2014

    It’s not just things in our environment that can damage our DNA - the damage can come f...

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    What are carcinogens?

    Sat, 8th Mar 2014

    Professor David Phillips and his team are figuring out how our DNA gets damaged, and whic...

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    Robots in the lab

    Wed, 26th Feb 2014

    How do robots help scientists with their work every day in the lab?

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    Building a Mars Rover

    Wed, 26th Feb 2014

    Paul Meacham explains the challenges he faces while working on building the ExoMars Rover...

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    'Motherese' Melody

    Tue, 18th Feb 2014

    How do children learn language and why is 'motherese', the sing song voice we speak to ch...

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    Speaking quicker from birth

    Tue, 18th Feb 2014

    Why do some children's language skills progress more quickly than others? And could a chi...

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    Science of Sustainable Living

    Tue, 11th Feb 2014

    Examining Chris' shopping bag to find out the carbon footprint of his weekly shop.

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    Scent of a maggot

    Thu, 6th Feb 2014

    At the University of Manchester, Professor Matthew Cobb and his team are studying how mag...

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