Interviews about Physics

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

13 January 2008

Rising Star Ben Collie on his work in solitons, important in superconductors and the motors of the future...

13 January 2008

This month, we explore a surface that becomes non-stick at the flip of a switch, visit the Paris of 55 million years...

16 December 2007

Now, we all know what snowflakes are, but have you ever gone out and looked at them properly? They’ve got extremely...

04 November 2007

It seems that it’s no longer impressive just to have been able to climb mount Everest; now the goal is to fly over it...

28 October 2007

Ben Valsler and Dave Ansell took some of their favourite Kitchen Science experiments to Manchester as part of the...

21 October 2007

Chris spoke to Dr Ben Allanach about what we find when we break open an atom...

21 October 2007

We spoke to Cristina Lazzeroni, of Birmingham University, about her work using particle accelerators to track down...

21 October 2007

The Diamond Synchrotron creates very high energy electromagnetic radiation (known as synchrotron light) that scientists...

30 September 2007

Now, if you listen carefully you will notice that we, in the Naked Scientists are surrounded by paper. We usually try...

30 September 2007

Non-stick pans are great, they make it so much easier to clean cooked on scrambled egg! But the Thin Films and...

30 September 2007

Non-stick pans are great, they make it so much easier to clean cooked on scrambled egg! But the Thin Films and...

16 September 2007

Meera went out to find the best bits of the festival, and wound up in crowd control!

22 July 2007

How deep can you go? Professional free divers can descend hundreds of feet underwater with no scuba gear, but what...

22 July 2007

Fighter pilots need to undergo extreme conditions and still be able to make life or death decisions. How do they train...

15 July 2007

Biodiesel is one option for powering cars of the future, but another fuel we could use is hydrogen. This has the...

15 July 2007

This week, Chelsea finds evidence that Mexican food may not have changed much in hundreds of years, while Bob explores...

01 July 2007

This week, Chelsea looks at making music from babies' cries, and Bob explores how babies can spot different...

24 June 2007

We spoke to Peter Kelemen, who studies the earthquakes that originate deep in the mantle of the Earth

03 June 2007

This week, Chelsea finds out what rock music sounds like on other planets, and Bob uses lasers to simulate the...

06 May 2007

Bob and Chelsea tell us why having a high IQ may not be the que to success.

29 April 2007

Discover the conclusion to this week's Kitchen Science experiment

29 April 2007

Chelsea and Bob try to answer the age old question 'Why do we buy what we buy?' Does celebrity endorsement...

11 February 2007

Anat is a radiologist and uses radiation to help cure disease

11 February 2007

Anna visited Sizewell B Nuclear Power Station to find out what nuclear energy is and how it is harnessed