Interviews with Scientists

Interviews about medicine, science, technology and engineering with scientists and researchers internationally...

05 July 2022

Carl Sayer set us the task of finding our own ghost ponds; we'll need to swat up before the expedition...

05 July 2022

When old ponds are restored, plant life that has laid in waiting can take root after 150 years...

05 July 2022

Many ponds being restored or created are found on farmland. Why do the owners get involved?

05 July 2022

The UK introduced a scheme to help save one endangered species, but where should these new ponds be built?

05 July 2022

Factors like sex & weight leave an individual more susceptible to prolonged symptoms, new study finds...

05 July 2022

A space round-up including seeing the universe in infrared, voyager mission updates, & mystery moon craters...

05 July 2022

These viral infections alter the scent given off by their hosts, tempting mosquitoes to bite...

04 July 2022

Currently, we know more about the surface of Mars than we do of Earth...

04 July 2022

Turns out that numbness you feel when its chilly outside could be the key to a new way to treat pain...

04 July 2022

Perhaps it is not the healthier option we perceive it to be...

04 July 2022

The process by which your little ray of sunshine gets exactly what it needs...

04 July 2022

How far we've come and how far is left to go...

04 July 2022

Research which could help to mitigate the danger of these insects to humans...

28 June 2022

What shape should measures take to prevent future pandemics?

28 June 2022

Some diseases can experience a resurgence after a long time in the background...

28 June 2022

Why the sudden uptick in cases of this smallpox relative?

28 June 2022

Knowing the enemy is the first step to overcoming it...

28 June 2022

Apps that claim to 'train your brain' may only work in certain groups of individuals

28 June 2022

How your BO and BFF might be interlinked...

28 June 2022

Could the disease rear its head again?

28 June 2022

This is not a microbe! At 2 centimetres long, it's bigger than some insects...

27 June 2022

In resource-poor settings, diagnosing ear problems is challenging. A smartphone & some cheap parts can help...

20 June 2022

Globally, about 10 million people have an inflammatory bowel disease. This delivery method could change lives.

20 June 2022

As we enter the decisive decade for biodiversity, researchers are sharing their findings to help shape policy