Interviews about Physics

Interviews about cosmology, astrophysics, electricity, energy, forces, gravity, light and maths...

20 September 2022

We introduce the band of scientists here to answer all your questions...

02 August 2022

Despite hitting their heads against a hard surface hundreds of times per day, woodpeckers don't get concussed. Do...

04 July 2022

How far we've come and how far is left to go...

14 June 2022

The newest chapter in tracing back the Earth's origins...

07 June 2022

New research suggests that these smaller reactors might not be the silver bullet we hoped they might be...

24 May 2022

How the supermassive black hole at the centre of the galaxy has been imaged by the Event Horizon Telescope team...

24 May 2022

When a squashed spring is dissolved in acid, what happens to the potential kinetic energy?

26 April 2022

How to 3D print an object within an object...

04 April 2022

Don't Look Up was nominated 4 times, but how accurate was their representation of a planet destroying comet?

04 April 2022

The success of Dune could be down to the imagined scientific principles that underpin this fictional universe

21 March 2022

Is nuclear power the answer to our energy crisis?

21 March 2022

Lets meet and introduce you to your friendly neighbourhood nuclear reactor.

21 March 2022

We take a tour of JET, one of the leading groups in nuclear fusion/

21 March 2022

The villainous Dr Octopus used robotic arms to contain nuclear reactions. What technologies are we using?

03 February 2022

And what will this new telescope be able to tell us about the universe?

03 February 2022

We test our scientists on their knowledge of all things new through this nifty quiz...

03 February 2022

We often think of blackholes like vacuums, but they are actually more like couch cushions...

16 December 2021

Unpacking the science behind the perfectly packed snowball

16 December 2021

Our favourite Christmas songs are dusted off year after year. What makes it so hard to join the festive ranks?

14 December 2021

The Sword of Damascus is said to be unbreakable thanks to the power of nanotechnology. How is this possible?

14 December 2021

Theorised in 1973 and has now been made a reality. It's time to warp your brain around Quantum Spin Liquids.

07 December 2021

It's that time again to get your science brains rattling and see if you can beat this Christmas science quiz.

29 November 2021

A hypothetical planet looms at the edge of our solar system, maybe one researcher has finally spotted it...