Interviews about History

Interviews on archaeology, anthropology, palaeoanthropology and the history of science...

23 August 2016

To assure a level of research quality, science is put to the test using the peer review process...

15 August 2016

When did our relationship with drugs first begin? Think back to the beginning of recorded history... and then some!

15 August 2016

Science is usually touted as a good thing, but could their be a dark side?

15 August 2016

With the invention of social media, the landscape of news is drastically changing and some are worried about what the...

15 August 2016

A perspective from biologist Stephen Curry...

15 August 2016

Every wondered how we put together a programme? All is revealed...

15 August 2016

It may provide a level of quality control but what can be done to improve it?

15 August 2016

Classically, an experiment starts with a good question but with the latest science, that's not neccessarily the...

15 August 2016

Guardian blogger and biologist Stephen Curry shares the ins and outs of his day...

15 August 2016

Most science isn't groundbreaking; it often builds a picture, pixel by pixel, to complete our understanding of the...

02 August 2016

Kat Arney is back with her mythconception and this week she’s been busy researching in the pub...

02 August 2016

The story behind a mysterious super material and the man that refused to give it away.

26 July 2016

The UK's leading academies have issued a joint statement on the key priorities for UK science after the referendum.

30 June 2016

How humans have migrated around Africa in the last 10,000 years

23 June 2016

Are we racing to the Moon? Who are the contenders? And why the Moon over Mars?

23 June 2016

The Russian's metal ball was propelled into orbit in 1957 and everyone watched with awe and unease...

17 June 2016

We've been conducting autopsies for hundreds of years but they weren't commonplace and often used as a...

06 June 2016

Why is there no Nobel Prize for Maths and what happens when you finally achieve your life's goal?

27 May 2016

University students gain hands-on experience of a new DNA sequencing technology

25 May 2016

One woman's mission to find happiness in Denmark...

06 May 2016

The mid-1800s saw East Anglia's own 'gold' rush but instead of prevcious metals, they were hunting...

06 May 2016

You need phosphorus to live and we're running out. When will we start to see supplies dwindle and is there...

06 May 2016

In 2050, we'll hit 'peak phosphorus' just when our population is at its highest and demand for food will...

26 April 2016

If milk makes you unwell, is it actually the lactose you're intolerant to?