Interviews about Biology

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

27 September 2009

We find out what Researchers Revealed was all about and meet the host for the evening, John Tickle to find out what he...

20 September 2009

The Darwin Centre has opened at the Natural History Museum in London...

20 September 2009

It may not be able to play chess but this rook does know a little of Archimedes' work...

20 September 2009

The original cuckolders: do they always get away with it? It seems some species of bird have developed defence...

13 September 2009

Tony Ryan discusses how can minuscule robots deliver deliver drugs to precise location in our body...

13 September 2009

Also in the news this week - an international consortium of Aphid researchers have been studying the newly decoded...

13 September 2009

Diana O'Carroll brings us the highlights from this years British Science Festival...

07 September 2009

This week in science history saw, in 1984, the invention of DNA fingerprinting by Sir Alec Jeffreys. Since then, the...

06 September 2009

This week saw the launch of the Centre of the Cell, a new children orientated science center located in the heart of...

09 August 2009

And now for the first chapter in a new series we're introducing on the show over the summer called Chemistry in...

19 July 2009

We've now heard how you can test embryos for vital clues as to which ones are probably the healthiest and...

19 July 2009

Pregnant women are advised to eat well, to lay off the booze, not to smoke and to take it easy and put their feet up....

19 July 2009

Many people manage to get pregnant doing it nature’s way. But some people need a little bit of medical help and that’s...

12 July 2009

In the deep sea, where sunlight cannot reach, seeing is a particular challenge. We find out ways in which animals...

12 July 2009

Darwin meets Hip hop at Baba Brinkman unveils his Rap Guide to Evolution at Cambridge University's Darwin Festival...

29 June 2009

This week in science history saw, in 1869, the birth of Hans Spemann, a German embryologist who won a Nobel Prize for...

28 June 2009

Now, electric cars are not the only option we have for sustainable personal transport. Already, there are a number of...

25 June 2009

We investigate why bee numbers are falling and what effect this will have on our agriculture.

21 June 2009

Biodynamic pest control on organic farms

21 June 2009

Production and Advantages of Transgenic Plants

15 June 2009

Dr Joe Grove explains why World Hepatitis Day is so important, as one in 12 people worldwide are living with the...

10 June 2009

Professor David Adams explains the types of hepatitis, and how they are treated...

08 June 2009

This Week in Science History saw, in 1958, the publication of a significant paper that began the use of ultrasound as a...

31 May 2009

Chris Elvin tells us about the super-springy protein that his lab managed to synthesise.