Interviews about Biology

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

15 August 2010

Sediba - a newly discovered, 2 million year old possible ancestor, had a small brain, but probably walked a bit more...

12 August 2010

David Barnes from the British Antarctic Survey tells about changes taking place in the Southern Ocean and introduces us...

12 August 2010

As well as big animals like polar bears that hunt on top of Arctic sea ice, there is an extraordinary world of life...

12 August 2010

Climate change poses many, varied threats to the oceans. John Bruno gives us a rundown of findings from his recent...

11 August 2010

As well as big animals like polar bears that hunt on top of Arctic sea ice, there is an extraordinary world of life...

11 August 2010

Climate change poses many, varied threats to the oceans. John Bruno gives us a rundown of findings from his recent...

11 August 2010

Nancy Knowlton from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History chooses this month's critter

11 August 2010

David Barnes from the British Antarctic Survey tells about changes taking place in the Southern Ocean and introduces us...

08 August 2010

The Tour de France is an annual cycle race which takes place in July throughout France and its surrounding countries....

08 August 2010

Cyclists on the Tour de France cover between 150 and 200 kilometres every day, for three weeks, with only two rest days...

01 August 2010

Baba Brinkman on his own brand of hip-hop, and bringing science to the poetry and spoken word tent at Glastonbury.

01 August 2010

Broadcaster and comedian Robin Ince incorporates a great deal of science into his comedy, quoting from Carl Sagan,...

01 August 2010

Will Luton explains why a festival is good place to get environmental issues across...

11 July 2010

In the wild, a gene that produces an organism’s chances of surviving increases their odds of reproducing. It’s usually...

11 July 2010

A new technique is being developed that uses lasers to look at individual molecules. This could be used for faster...

08 July 2010

In 1996 the Sea Empress tanker ran aground spilling oil onto 120 miles of Welsh coastline. Helen visits West Angle Bay...

08 July 2010

Oil spills not only cause problems for the shores they wash up on but also impact open ocean ecosystems. Amy Hirons...

08 July 2010

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill added to the long list of problems that already threaten the Louisiana wetlands....

08 July 2010

Oil spills not only cause problems for the shores they wash up on but also impact open ocean ecosystems. Amy Hirons...

08 July 2010

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill added to the long list of problems that already threaten the Louisiana wetlands....

08 July 2010

Blue Ocean Institute president, Carl Safina, chooses our first critter of the month.

08 July 2010

In 1996 the Sea Empress tanker ran aground spilling oil onto 120 miles of Welsh coastline. Helen visits West Angle Bay...

08 July 2010

Blue Ocean Institute president, Carl Safina, chooses our first critter of the month.

06 June 2010

We talk to James Nieh about the warning signals used by bees to stop their colonies from entering harmful areas...