Interviews about Earth Science

Interviews about geology, palaeontology, archaeology, atmospheric science, climate, climate change and meteorology...

21 February 2010

Meera Senthilingam explores how wind turbines can be designed to withstand the cold temperatures of Antarctica in order...

14 February 2010

James Jackson explains how satellites can look for changes in landscapes following earthquakes. Spotting patterns in...

07 February 2010

Meera Senthilingam gets her hands wet and dirty this week to see how the river Cam is kept clean...

07 February 2010

Martin Wagner explains how his team have been looking into the release of oestrogen-like chemicals from in our mineral...

17 January 2010

We discover the geology behind the recent devastating earthquake in Haiti...

10 January 2010

"The train standing at platform mgph is the phuy-hfgjy to mmughpyhmm..." We meet a sound simulation system...

15 November 2009

Dr Matt Balme dicusses the changes that sculpt the surface of Mars...

15 November 2009

The melting of the Greenland Ice Sheets is accelerating and Jonathan Bamber discusses the evidence...

19 October 2009

This week in Science History saw the birth of Tetsuya Fujita, also known as Ted and ‘Mr Tornado’. Fujita dedicated his...

18 October 2009

Laura Soul investigates the effects of reaching high altitudes with Andrew Murray...

18 October 2009

Ben Valsler speaks to Laura Soul about how her body responded to her trek up to Everest Base Camp, including exerts...

18 October 2009

The processes that make mountains, plate tectonics, may also have given rise to the current ice age. Dennis Kent...

27 September 2009

One of the aims of Researchers’ Night all across Europe is to put people in touch with researchers whose work could...

27 September 2009

How can studying rocks in Spain tell us where to drill for North Sea oil? Durham University PhD student Jo Morris...

13 September 2009

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

13 September 2009

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

24 August 2009

This week in science history saw, in 1883, the catastrophic eruption of Krakatoa in Indonesia. The eruption and...

26 July 2009

Can we make materials that will end up as better rubbish? John Williams takes us through the problems of the refuse...

26 July 2009

One option for using our waste for good is to turn it into 'Syngas' which can be used as fuel, Peter Jones...

26 July 2009

Why are mountain ranges so regularly spaced? Dr Taylor Perron explains...

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

Using greenhouses to create freshwater from seawater in arid countries.

07 June 2009

Shaun Fitzgerald takes us on a tour of the School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies where a giant atrium...