Interviews about Physics

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

11 July 2017

Looking at corals in the dark at the Royal Society Summer Exhibition.

11 July 2017

Could corals migrate to deeper water to survive climate change?

11 July 2017

Making waves in the lab to better understand mixing in the ocean.

11 July 2017

The science on show on the courts of Wimbledon.

04 July 2017

Birdsong may sound beautiful, but can they drum?

04 July 2017

How the brightest light on Earth will improve X-Ray imaging and security measures.

27 June 2017

Unveiling the mysteries of Sun spicules - long strands of high energy plasma that are fired off from the Sun into space...

13 June 2017

As the saying goes, "In Space, no one can hear you scream"... But is it true?

06 June 2017

Scientists are discussing plans for a bigger, stronger particle accelerator to succeed the Large Hadron Collider.

23 May 2017

Chris Smith puts his own questions to the panel in the form of a quiz!

16 May 2017

Is maths our best bet to communicate with aliens?

16 May 2017

How mathematicians use evolution to find the best solution to a problem.

16 May 2017

We explain what game theory is and do a little experiment of our own...

16 May 2017

From hexagonal honeycombs to counting to four, bees love maths!

09 May 2017

How does our brain turn speech into meanings? Does the answer lie within learning nursery rhymes...?

09 May 2017

Did a falling apple really inspire Isaac Newton's theory of gravity?

28 March 2017

How, and why, are scientists trying to engineer super heavy elements?

28 March 2017

How do stars make new elements?

28 March 2017

How do you harness the incredible power locked inside atoms?

28 March 2017

How did Rutherford split the atom, and build up the picture we still use today?

14 February 2017

What have we found out so far from the Rosetta-Philae mission? And what does a comet smell like?

31 January 2017

What does pond life have to do with lighting up your brain?

25 January 2017

Microgravity has serious impacts on the body, including loss of bone, muscle and vision.