Interviews about Physics

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

12 October 2021

Incredibly abundant, yet extremely difficult to detect, scientists must go to great lengths to catch neutrinos

12 October 2021

Complex systems and climate change take the award this year...

12 October 2021

Scientists at Fermilab may have uncovered something in muons beyond our understanding

12 October 2021

Dark matter makes up a huge part of the Universe, but what is it? Scientists at the LHC are on the hunt

12 October 2021

From the ancient Greeks to the present day, what do we know about the building blocks of the Universe?

12 October 2021

A simple table-top device known as a 'cloud chamber' can be used to see beyond our everyday world

10 August 2021

We thought the moon was magnetic. Now we know it's not. So why are some moon rocks magnetic?

10 August 2021

A maths tablet dating back to 1900 BCE depicts 'Pythagorean triples' a millennium before Pythagoras'...

27 July 2021

Some mental gymnastics needed to win gold in our last test of mental agility...

20 July 2021

With mixed data on the effectiveness of masks, are people just not wearing them properly?

29 June 2021

Test yourself against our scientific head-scratchers! How do you compare to our panel?

01 June 2021

Deep inside the old power station, monitors have been picking up increasing signs of life...

11 May 2021

It's one of the oddest phenomena in physics - and now it's been measured in the macroscopic world...

04 May 2021

The plot of 2015 film The Martian was driven by real science. Andy Weir wrote the story - here's his new book!

20 April 2021

How does information get into those radio waves

20 April 2021

Where did the wireless come from?

20 April 2021

What goes into making one?

20 April 2021

Some new results hint at some undiscovered physics

16 March 2021

Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider have identified 4 more subatomic particles

15 March 2021

Scientists used space radiation to identify a large empty space in the Great Pyramid of Giza

16 February 2021

Searching for a more environmentally-friendly way to look for oil and gas

09 February 2021

Wombats make the most unusually-shaped poo. How do they do it? Their intestines have revealed the secret...

02 February 2021

How do we turn nuclear energy into usable power?

18 January 2021

Scientists have found a novel method for creating photon avalanches with wide-ranging potential applications