Interviews about Technology

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

09 September 2012

After 16 years of planning, a British team of scientists are planning to drill into a subterranean lake, 3 kilometres...

09 September 2012

How can flooded mineshafts beneath our cities be used to heat our homes?

02 September 2012

Is it possible to be ethical yet hack into a company's website and online data? Apparently it can be, when the...

02 September 2012

Credit and debit cards now almost universally use chip and PIN technology, to enable consumers to make secure purchases...

02 September 2012

Smartphone usage has grown in recent years, as has the amount of information we keep on them. A new system has been...

02 September 2012

Our lives are increasingly moving online, which means that more and more of our personal and financial information is...

21 August 2012

Aman Dhir explains the workings of hydrogen cars and the fuel cells powering them...

05 August 2012

An Alzheimer's protein relieves paralysis in MS, the mechanism behind sex discrepancy in life expectancy, cuckoos...

05 August 2012

Professor John Zarnecki discusses the challenges of unknown environments when exploring our solar system...

05 August 2012

Finding Your Own Path - The Seeker Project

05 August 2012

In November 2011, one of NASA’s most ambitious missions yet, mounted to explore Mars, blasted off destined for the red...

31 July 2012

As well as biological improvements, many of today’s sporting successes are down to advances to technology, including...

31 July 2012

When it comes to technology and the use of technology in sports, there's one sporting event that’s miles ahead....

31 July 2012

Kingston University’s exercise physiologist Chris Easton puts Naked Scientist Meera Senthilingam through her paces......

31 July 2012

How is scientific insight applied to improve the performance of team GB? We meet one of the scientists applying...

31 July 2012

We’re investigating what it takes to become an elite athlete. As important as innate talent is, it’s not enough to make...

31 July 2012

What does it take to win Olympic gold? The right genetics, training, attitude, and technology all combine in an elite...

20 July 2012

World War Two saw huge developments in aero engines, from the Merlin that powered the Hurricanes and Spitfires deployed...

10 July 2012

The final story that we’ve got is a really nice paper published in Science. This is from Jennifer Doudna at the...

10 July 2012

What are the environmental dangers of nanoparticles? They're a fraction the size of a human hair, so could they...

10 July 2012

Alan Begg discusses how new materials are changing the field of ball bearings...

06 July 2012

Have we really founds the Higgs Boson? If so, how certain are we and what could this mean for physics and our future..?