Interviews about Physics

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

21 July 2015

If the Navier Stokes equation is solved, it would lead to advances in a huge number of fields, including travel,...

21 July 2015

Primes are the atoms of number theory, but we still can't work out how they're distributed on a number line...

21 July 2015

The Millennium Maths Problems, if solved, could revolutionise our World but what will it take to crack them? And what...

30 June 2015

Scientists sporadically need to add or deduct seconds from our clocks but if our timekeeping is so accurate, why do...

30 June 2015

How was atomic time discovered? And how do atomic clocks work?

26 June 2015

Everyone is familiar with the concept of time but when did it begin? And how do we know when the beginning of time...

26 June 2015

How could technology help the fight against technology?

24 June 2015

Mice use ultrasound to communicate during courtship.

09 June 2015

What does science sound like? Sonification can turn data measurements, from experiments like CERN's, into music...

08 June 2015

The LHC is back up and running after almost 2 years of maintenance. Why did it take so long to turn it back on?

02 June 2015

Dark matter makes up a quarter of our universe but we don't know what is it! Scientists could be about to change...

02 June 2015

Dark Matter might be made by colliding protons in the Large Hadron Collider, at CERN...

02 June 2015

The biggest dark matter detector is now under construction. It will be so senstive to radiation, scientists can't...

02 June 2015

Scientists have been looking for dark matter for nearly 100 years, but why does finding it matter?

21 May 2015

Geckos can hold up two humans!

11 May 2015

Radar stations can track distant objects, but how does radar work, and what are its shortcomings?

04 May 2015

Millions of people live close to volcanoes, but what danger are they in, and are there any long term health effects...

04 May 2015

Falling ash and scorching pyroclastic flows are the most dangerous elements of an eruption. How do they work?

21 April 2015

This month, the space telescope turns 25! We hear about its incredible achievements...

07 April 2015

Can you poor a cup of steaming hot tea from a teapot made entirely of chocolate?

07 April 2015

Can a mere six eggs support a grown person's weight?

07 April 2015

A crafty way of getting a hard boiled egg into a milk bottle without touching it. Beware: results may vary!

07 April 2015

How useless would a chocolate teapot be? Only one way to find out...

07 April 2015

Surprise friends with a weird, squishy egg that has lost the hard parts of its shell.