Interviews about Physics

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

18 December 2011

We explore how African lungfish are providing insight into the evolution of walking, the design of the world's...

13 December 2011

If we collect enough data about our behaviour, can we start to make models that can begin to reveal the hidden rules of...

05 December 2011

Designer molecules, pitting corrosion and solar cells...

29 November 2011

One technique which will probably be familiar with from medicine is sonography or imaging with sound. To find out how...

27 November 2011

Now most people will have seen a thermal camera - a special type of camera that can detect the far infrared radiation...

04 November 2011

If you've seen a recent 3D film, you'll know that studying polarised light can be really helpful. The Cosmic...

21 October 2011

The opening of the World's first spaceport, improving IVF success with genetic screening, New hope for a Malaria...

09 October 2011

In the UK, we throw away over 7 million tonnes of food every year, the majority of which goes to landfill. But thanks...

09 October 2011

Could we soon be driving to work powered by algae? Emma Stoye discusses, with three Cambridge scientists, the potential...

30 September 2011

In this week's news roundup we discuss Chinese Space Stations, the Dead Sea Scrolls going online, using CO2 to...

25 September 2011

A roundup of the week's science news including neutrinos moving faster than light, anti-virals from sharks,...

25 September 2011

The science of cake baking...

19 September 2011

Latest news from the Diamond Light Source...

19 September 2011

On-location at the Imaging and Coherance Beamline...

19 September 2011

X-rays will soon allow scientists to see with greater clarity than ever before..

18 September 2011

The CEO of Camfridge, Neil Wilson, explains new refrigeration technology which could double the efficiency of household...

11 September 2011

Socialising to lose weight, polymers for probiotics, the never-ageing plant and picturing Moon landings...

04 September 2011

Dr. Matt Mountain explains the design of the James Webb Telescope and how infra-red will be used to study the very...

21 August 2011

Current estimates suggest that there are over half a million people airborne around the planet at any moment in time....

14 August 2011

How can we generate hydrogen quickly and efficiently? Nature has its own way to do this using enzymes called...

07 July 2011

Gerd discusses the aims of getting the public in to see Diamond at work...

07 July 2011

We meet some Diamond engineers and technicians and discover their role at the Lightsource...

19 June 2011

Underground coal gasification is a way to get useful fuel from otherwise inaccessible coal seams that are simply un-...

31 May 2011

What is round and measures 1 billionth of a millimetre across? Yes, you guessed it, it’s the electron. Theories have...