Interviews about Chemistry

Interviews about states of matter, gases, fuels, green chemistry, chemical reactions and nanotechnology...

31 March 2020

How does a chemist become a chocolate designer?

27 February 2020

How is AI changing the way we practise medicine?

25 February 2020

Improving lives with old mattresses

18 February 2020

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

18 February 2020

Contrails cause a third of aviation's contribution to global warming. A new technique could solve this...

24 January 2020

What goes into making the Scottish delicacy?

07 January 2020

Introducing our star-studded panel of experts...

20 December 2019

What makes this microscopic animals biologically bomb-proof?

09 December 2019

Adrian asks: why would a used battery bounce on its end more than a full one? Phil Sansom explains...

09 December 2019

Scientists have tested all sorts of food in the lab to see which breaks down booze the best...

06 December 2019

Are we really on the road towards a carbon-neutral future, and what’s it going to take to get there?

03 December 2019

A cardiologist, physicist, immunologist and wine expert, and geneticist and dietitian take on your questions.

26 November 2019

Scientists have come up with a water-saving coating for your toilet...

26 November 2019

Scientists have announced they can make ethylene from carbon dioxide...

19 November 2019

Meet the material that turns into a solid when pushed...

19 November 2019

What’s happening at the molecular level when custard gets cooked?

19 November 2019

How do you cook custard properly?

19 November 2019

And why, apart from being super-strong, bamboo also have some interesting thermal properties...

18 November 2019

Custard powder is very flammable, and we prove it...

18 November 2019

As good as silicon, but a fraction of the weight and price...

11 November 2019

Why is a case of French red heading to the ISS?

11 November 2019

The salty, warm, alkaline conditions were perfect for membrane molecules to assemble...

30 October 2019

How do UK universities treat their early-career group leaders?

29 October 2019

Until recently, plastic aluminium laminates couldn't be recycled. But a new technology has changed that...