Science Interviews

Interviews
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    Food in the field

    Tue, 2nd Feb 2016

    As the world population continues to increase how can we produce more food to meet the de...

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    Supermarket Sweep

    Tue, 2nd Feb 2016

    One way to tackle food security is by changing consumer behaviour, but how do we go about...

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    Munching mealworms

    Tue, 2nd Feb 2016

    Would you munch a mealworm or graze on a grasshopper? Welcome to the future of food.

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    Does baby brain exist?

    Tue, 2nd Feb 2016

    People often assume that pregnant women are suffering from 'momnesia'. But is there any e...

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    Goodbye Philae!

    Tue, 2nd Feb 2016

    We say goodbye to the lander that bounced its way to fame across the surface of comet 67P...

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    What causes autism?

    Tue, 2nd Feb 2016

    Scientists have found a way to stop autism like symptoms in newborn mice.

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    How hibernation happens

    Tue, 19th Jan 2016

    How common really is hibernation and how do animals know when to bed down and when to wak...

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    Plants hibernate too!

    Tue, 19th Jan 2016

    It's often forgotten that plants are also hibernators, but without nerves to sense, how t...

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    What makes you, you?

    Tue, 5th Jan 2016

    Take a look around you, no two people are alike. Even within ourselves, we're always chan...

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    DNA decoded... with singing

    Tue, 5th Jan 2016

    What's the difference between DNA, genes and a chromosone? No, this isn't some terrible s...

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    Best of NG - Drunk flies

    Sun, 3rd Jan 2016

    With my new year hangover finally fading, this next interview from January 2015 was on my...

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    Best of NG - Sexy genes

    Sun, 3rd Jan 2016

    Another interview that has stuck in my mind is the chat I had with Professor Judith Mank ...

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    Ant evolutionary conundrum

    Wed, 23rd Dec 2015

    How can natural selection favour the evolution of non-reproductive worker ants?

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    Have no fear

    Wed, 23rd Dec 2015

    Male rats and female rats respond to stress in different ways...

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