Interviews about Biology

Interviews about genetics, ecology and evolution, insects, mammals, marine science, plants and zoology...

05 March 2020

If you've sequenced your DNA, be careful what you do with it...

05 March 2020

Some flowers have two dads, but how can this happen?

05 March 2020

Time for the ultimate face-off to win our Big Brains of the Month award...

05 March 2020

Before we get into the questions, it's time to introduce the panel...

05 March 2020

But how do these sensory fibres send stroking sensations to the brain?

03 March 2020

We open up the Naked Scientists mailbag to see what you've been sending in...

25 February 2020

Busy beavers back building in Britain

20 February 2020

Soo and Jae Lee study FOXG1 in mice. By complete coincidence, their daughter has the same condition...

20 February 2020

Nicole's daughter Josie was failing pediatric development tests - then the seizures started...

20 February 2020

FOXG1 is vital for your developing brain. Hannah Bruce is using glowing zebrafish to figure out how...

20 February 2020

FOXG1 Syndrome is where there are problems with the FOXG1 gene. What is this gene and what does it do?

20 February 2020

Vivek's son Kush has FOXG1 Syndrome - a condition you wouldn't wish on your worst enemy...

18 February 2020

A quarter of all male cancer diagnoses are prostate cancer. Chris Smith sets out to uncover the facts...

18 February 2020

Adam Murphy’s been looking at some cracking science: using eggshells to take a dinosaur’s temperature...

17 February 2020

Chris Smith takes the world's temperature - from a proposal for a vaccine

11 February 2020

What can we do to help bees celebrate Valentine's Day?

06 February 2020

The brain areas which serve as a daily clock also act as an annual calendar...

06 February 2020

New data shows that body temperature has fallen since the 19th century...

06 February 2020

Why do we struggle to hold on to underrepresented talent in academia?

04 February 2020

Who have we got this week

28 January 2020

The part of the show where we read your correspondence - and listener Gal has an eye-watering question...

28 January 2020

Nesyamun was a priest in ancient Egypt - and now he can speak and sing again...

24 January 2020

It's time for a traditional dance - but this ceilidh is about neurons and brain signals...