Interviews about Technology

Interviews about robotics, artificial intelligence, computing, communications, sensors and gadgets...

24 October 2010

This year, Cambridge University Engineering students had the chance to re-live their childhood, and play with Lego in...

17 October 2010

This week, the winner of the Rolls-Royce Annual Science Prize was announced during a special ceremony held at the...

17 October 2010

Meera and Dave explore how the principles of convection can be manipulated to cool down, and warm up, our buildings...

26 September 2010

A satellite designed to measure the Earth’s gravitational field with unprecedented accuracy may sound like something...

19 September 2010

Researchers from Bristol University recently reported on a development in quantum computing that could bring this...

05 September 2010

Embarrassingly for the average Aussie, as a nation, they're amongst the worst emitters of greenhouse gases on a...

05 September 2010

The Square Kilometre Array will be the largest radio telescope device ever constructed - a strong contender for the...

05 September 2010

Chris touches down in Australia and steps inside a planetarium for the very first time. He talks to Carley Tillet of...

15 August 2010

The UK Space Agency has recently announced a pilot program, inviting companies and academics to device innovative ideas...

15 August 2010

Douglas Adams found a very good way to describe how big space is. He said: “Space is big. You won't believe how...

08 August 2010

Endurance events like the Tour de France rely on strong, sturdy, yet fast equipment to win points, time and stages. So...

08 August 2010

We meet sprint cyclist Tyler Farrar to find out how he puts the technology, nutrition, and fitness together to try and...

08 August 2010

Geoff Brown explains how he, and his team of mechanics, maintain and repair bikes on a daily basis throughout the tour...

08 August 2010

The Tour de France is an annual cycle race which takes place in July throughout France and its surrounding countries....

08 August 2010

Andrea Peron takes us on a tour along stage 9 explaining the speeds reached, points to be won and the affects of such...

01 August 2010

Alex Gadsden tells us about his pedal-powered washing machine - how it works and what it can do.

25 July 2010

For this month's tech segment, Meera chats to Chris Vallance about the first ever Vintage Computer Festival held...

18 July 2010

What limits the power of fusion reactors at the moment is how to make an exhaust system that can cope with the extreme...

18 July 2010

About 12,000 tonnes of radioactive waste is produced around the world every year and at the moment they need to be...

11 July 2010

A few weeks ago on the Naked Scientists, we heard how a highly focused laser beam can be used as if it were a pair of...

11 July 2010

A new technique is being developed that uses lasers to look at individual molecules. This could be used for faster...

27 June 2010

As well as helping to keep you in touch with your friends and family, social networking sites like Facebook are...

20 June 2010

With hydrogen tipped as the green fuel of the future, safer, more efficient methods of storage need to be found to make...

20 June 2010

A new type of material, one that gets thicker rather than thinner when you stretch it, is being developed by EPSRC...