Interviews about Physics

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

02 January 2017

If you fill out Drake's equation, life beyond Earth is highly probable...

02 January 2017

It may be light years away but scientists have developed a nifty way to see if planets around other stars could have...

29 December 2016

Alan Calverd explains the physics of the wind section of an orchestra...

29 December 2016

The science of how things spin and bounce...

28 December 2016

Alan Calverd tells us about some interesting gold rings back in science history...

28 November 2016

Would you go to Mars? And if you did, what would it be like to live there?

28 November 2016

What do parkour athletes have in common with orang-utans?

28 November 2016

Is the golden ratio really represented all throughout nature?

18 November 2016

How do you navigate an empty craft through millions of miles of space?

18 November 2016

Could our navigation technology actually be getting in the way of looking where we are going?

18 November 2016

GPS is useful, but it has a number of problems, and doesn't work well inside buildings. Could a Cambridge startup...

18 November 2016

What is GPS, and how does it tell you where you are?

31 October 2016

Why does the theme from Jaws leave us quaking, and what makes the Psycho soundtrack so scary?

28 October 2016

Can we use science to make the world's most terrifying tune?

25 October 2016

Astrophysicist Duncan Forgan describes it as the most exciting mission since Hubble; so what is it that sets Gaia apart...

25 October 2016

Surprisingly, scientists are using GCSE maths to figure out where the stars are in our galaxy...

25 October 2016

Where's it going? And what's it doing? Here's a whistlestop tour of the probe...

24 October 2016

As the sun sets in Cambridge, Chris Smith steps outside the studio with Paul Fellows to examine the state of our night...

10 October 2016

Three Brits take the prize for their discoveries on abrupt changes in the properties, or phases, of ultra-thin...

27 September 2016

We've all heard of holograms that use light, but what about a sound hologram that allows you to move particles...

27 September 2016

When detecting and treating tumours, being able to visualise them is essential.

20 September 2016

Part 1 of George Seabroke's poem Gaia.

20 September 2016

What will Gaia do for the future of space research?

31 August 2016

Researchers can benefit from making their research findings freely available online...