Interviews about Physics

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

02 November 2015

A chemical breakthough could enable batteries to store five times more energy than today's models, transforming...

27 October 2015

Should we travel to Mars to establish another base for humanity and give ourselves more chances for survival?

27 October 2015

Is science a good enough reason to send humans to Mars? Or are robots safer and cheaper?

27 October 2015

All month The Naked Scientists have been on a mission to Mars but what have we learnt?

19 October 2015

What would the surface of Mars be like to live on?

13 October 2015

Is winning the Nobel Prize everything its cracked up to be?

12 October 2015

Without gravity, things get interesting (especially when it comes to showering!) as NASA astronaut Stanley G. Love...

12 October 2015

Stanley G. Love spent two weeks in space and lost 8lbs of muscle. To go to Mars, we would need to spend nine months in...

06 October 2015

With so many people applying, how does NASA choose its astronauts?

06 October 2015

How fit do you have to be to go to space and how do we test for it in advance?

06 October 2015

What sort of person would you like to have as a companion in isolation?

06 October 2015

Helen Sharman, the first British astronaut, reveals all about her journey into orbit alongside a team of Russian...

29 September 2015

The University of Oxford have announced their role in the European Extremely Large Telescope, and it's going to...

14 September 2015

Scientists are preparing to launch a helium balloon with a telescope attached to detect Dark Matter.

07 September 2015

Pupils will soon be sending mini-computers up onto the borders of space to collect data for their own analysis...

07 September 2015

Despite the media storm, evidence suggests there may not be a shortage of STEM scientists, so why does the debate...

02 September 2015

For most, science is defined by textbook assignments, but this is set to change. Will 15-year olds soon be publishing...

25 August 2015

Our solar system formed 4.6 billion years ago, but how did this happen?

25 August 2015

New Horizons' images of Pluto have reignited debate over the dwarf planet's classification: should Pluto be...

25 August 2015

Beyond Neptune lies the Kuiper belt, an area of space which is proving very tricky to study...

25 August 2015

Should our time and money be going towards projects that are closer to home?

24 August 2015

Australia recently launched its National Science Week, kicking things off with Perth Science Festival...

24 August 2015

Symmetry underpins much of modern physics and maths but what exactly is it?

24 August 2015

Symmetry and physics have become completely inseparable over the last century, but how do they fit together?