Interviews about Technology

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

27 November 2011

Changhuei Yang explains his design for a lensless microscope...

25 November 2011

Lenses displaying emails before your eyes, flowing materials, stress on the mind and a night flowering orchid...

13 November 2011

As we enter “flu season” in the northern hemisphere, to help track the spread of seasonal flu here in the UK and...

13 November 2011

A new biotechnology company called Medicago have developed a technique for quickly and cheaply producing vaccines using...

06 November 2011

The science surrounding cancer is multifaceted. It involves clinicians, chemists, geneticists, and even physicists....

24 October 2011

Scientists have brought language and computer science to the kitchen to teach you a language whilst you're cooking...

21 October 2011

The opening of the World's first spaceport, improving IVF success with genetic screening, New hope for a Malaria...

11 October 2011

We find out why Vitamin D can keep Tuberculosis at bay, how muscles can be mimicked with nanotubes, how prosthetic can...

09 October 2011

Hydrogen is a clean fuel, that can be produced in a number of clean ways. But how do we actually make use of it? Ben...

04 October 2011

Chris Hill and Martin Siegert tell Richard Holligham about the technology which will be used to drill through over 3km...

04 October 2011

An analysis of over half a billion tweets worldwide has confirmed that we’re all in a better mood in the morning...

25 September 2011

Successfully decoding and reconstructing of the visual images experienced by volunteers viewing a sequence of Hollywood...

25 September 2011

The science of cake baking...

18 September 2011

The CEO of Camfridge, Neil Wilson, explains new refrigeration technology which could double the efficiency of household...

18 September 2011

Prehistoric marine monsters, human tissue, aircraft wings and even fossilised crocodile dung are yielding their...

18 September 2011

A round up the week's science news including the planting of vaccines, lie detection, elements at risk and...

11 September 2011

Paul Calleja explains the workings and uses of the Cambridge University High Performance Computing Resource Cluster...

11 September 2011

Socialising to lose weight, polymers for probiotics, the never-ageing plant and picturing Moon landings...

11 September 2011

Joe Jasinski explains the workings of the World Community Grid and this supercomputer hopes to benefit benefit...

11 September 2011

Supercomputers are, as the name suggests, extremely powerful computing devices. They are used to model extremely...

04 September 2011

Dr. Matt Mountain explains the design of the James Webb Telescope and how infra-red will be used to study the very...

04 September 2011

How dead dinosaurs fertilise forests, why mobile phones answer the call in emergencies, a DNA trip-switch for cancer...

28 August 2011

If you shop online, you probably increasingly find yourself relying on the reviews other purchasers have posted for...

21 August 2011

As air traffic grows, the noise of aircraft is becoming an increasingly important problem. To find out what...