Interviews about Chemistry

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

11 September 2013

Escapes of methane from fracking sites could trigger substantial global warming, as methane is a greenhouse gas.

11 September 2013

Fracking has led to lower energy prices in the US, so could the UK see a similar trend?

28 August 2013

A new way of profiling all the chemicals made by cells when they are injured could help us reverse the damage caused by...

15 August 2013

How nitrogen fixation improves soil...

25 April 2013

New biofuel from gut-bugs - Dr. Love discusses the potential of E. Coli as the next fuel generator.

25 April 2013

Dr. John Ramsey discusses legal highs and how chemical analysis can be used to help decide their legality.

28 February 2013

Antarctica is part of the world most affected by a changing climate. Atmospheric research there can help us understand...

28 February 2013

Cambridge University researchers have tested a new way of sensing the atmosphere, using sensors mounted on a remote-...

14 February 2013

Some species of algae produce lipids which can be converted to biofuel. But how do we effectively extract them?

18 December 2012

The Planet Earth team find out how the East Anglian Fen lands are helping to model climate change through peat......

11 November 2012

What happens to the hormone disrupting chemicals found in contraceptive pills or hormone replacement therapies once...

01 October 2012

Laundry detergent containing a special additive could convert clothes into pollution-busting air filters, according to...

30 September 2012

Catheters bugs can't colonise, and element 113 is discovered...

18 September 2012

Global warming may dominate today’s environmental headlines but not so long ago it was acid rain. This emerged after...

21 August 2012

Aman Dhir explains how his team are taking to the road to help people see the value of hydrogen transportation in their...

21 August 2012

Angela Murray explains how bacteria are being used to make catalysts for hydrogen fuel cells...

21 August 2012

Gary Leeke explains how high temperatures and pressures can cause water to become reactive and transform waste into...

21 August 2012

Bushra Al Dhuri explores untapped sources of hydrogen...

21 August 2012

Mark Redwood discusses how bacteria can be harnessed to produce hydrogen from all forms of biodegradable waste...

21 August 2012

Alex Bevan discusses the challenge of storing hydrogen safely and at low pressure...

21 August 2012

Aman Dhir explains the workings of hydrogen cars and the fuel cells powering them...

12 August 2012

If you’ve ever turned on a tap for a glass of cool clear water and watched brown water coming out instead, then you’ll...