Interviews about Biology

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

22 January 2012

Comets plummeting into the Sun's atmosphere, why exercise can keep diabetes at bay, how the public are helping...

22 January 2012

How is Vitamin D linked to autoimmunity and the central nervous system? With us to discuss the research is Prof....

22 January 2012

We explore the disovery of new species in the hydrothermal vents of Antarctica...

13 January 2012

Smoking cessation, stars and planets, fungi fight lead pollution, and plants making a meal out of worms...

11 January 2012

How to study the bird with the largest wings in the world.

11 January 2012

Heather Mason Jones chooses a clever, colourful critter this month.

11 January 2012

We hear about a new global network of protected areas for seabirds.

08 January 2012

Free-runing, or parkour, is helping scientists understand how orang-utans move across a forest canopy...

06 January 2012

Silkworms producing spider silk, new species discovered at hydrothermal vents in Antarctica, a gene providing new...

18 December 2011

An international team led by Roy Wogelius from the University of Manchester has developed a new technique that reveals...

18 December 2011

We explore just what goes on inside our bodies to cause the flatulence resulting from eating Brussels sprouts...

18 December 2011

We explore how African lungfish are providing insight into the evolution of walking, the design of the world's...

13 December 2011

Given that people are increasingly using crowd source data in their research, are old style stats still up to the job...

11 December 2011

Bed Bugs travelling from abroad, why night shifts increase a female's chance of diabetes and how to deter the...

11 December 2011

We're keeping things spick and span in Critter of the Month, with a little fish that likes to tidy up.

06 December 2011

This Christmas, why not adopt a baby lobster?

06 December 2011

Sustainably-caught fish are the perfect gift for aquarium keepers

06 December 2011

The perfect Christmas gift for a book loving, ocean loving friend.

06 December 2011

Support ocean conservation by sending singing fishy Christmas cards

05 December 2011

The latest news and research from Diamond...

04 December 2011

Welding up at metal pipe doesn't sound terribly tricky, but what about when it's 1 km underwater...

04 December 2011

Sue Nelson is off in search of the disappearing European shag, which is a sea bird similar to a cormorant....

04 December 2011

The River Thames - which flows through the middle of London - is awash with history that erosion is now steadily...

04 December 2011

Diving down beneath the waves to discover how archaeologists locate and recover treasure from old shipwrecks...