Interviews about Technology

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

07 September 2009

This week in science history saw, in 1984, the invention of DNA fingerprinting by Sir Alec Jeffreys. Since then, the...

06 September 2009

This week saw the launch of the Centre of the Cell, a new children orientated science center located in the heart of...

30 August 2009

There's a new method of archaeological dating in town and it doesn't involve wine or chocolate....

02 August 2009

The Naked Scientists attended the opening of the new multi-million unit at the Babraham Insititute and bumped into...

02 August 2009

Laura Soul finds out about the world of open source software and the release of a new open source operating system...

26 July 2009

One option for using our waste for good is to turn it into 'Syngas' which can be used as fuel, Peter Jones...

26 July 2009

Can we make materials that will end up as better rubbish? John Williams takes us through the problems of the refuse...

26 July 2009

One company is unusual in creating 'secondary liquid fuel' using only our liquid waste. Richard Kirkman tells...

19 July 2009

It looks as if the world of scientific papers is about to be transformed. Cell Editor, Emilie Marcus, explains:

13 July 2009

This week in science history saw, in 1867, Alfred Nobel first demonstrate dynamite in the UK, at Merstham Quarry in...

05 July 2009

Back in April, our technology correspondent Chris Vallance reported on the UK’s first Maker Faire. It’s now gone...

28 June 2009

Now, electric cars are not the only option we have for sustainable personal transport. Already, there are a number of...

28 June 2009

Electric and hybrid cars do have a bit of an image problem. Many people think they're a bit slow, a bit goody,...

28 June 2009

So far, we’ve heard that electric cars have a great deal of potential but they're held back by their weight,...

21 June 2009

Using greenhouses to create freshwater from seawater in arid countries.

15 June 2009

This Week in Science History saw, in 1946, the death of John Logie Baird, the pioneer of television. Sarah Castor-...

14 June 2009

2009 marks a 100 years since the opening of London Science Museum. To mark this special anniversary, the Science...

08 June 2009

This Week in Science History saw, in 1958, the publication of a significant paper that began the use of ultrasound as a...

07 June 2009

Imagine if you could select your house on a computer screen, and simply hit print! Rupert Soar is hoping to make this a...

07 June 2009

Controlling how natural light gets into a building could help to reduce energy demands and costs. Professor Stephen...

07 June 2009

Shaun Fitzgerald takes us on a tour of the School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies where a giant atrium...

31 May 2009

Chris Elvin tells us about the super-springy protein that his lab managed to synthesise.

31 May 2009

Forget wind turbines made from vast sheets of metal - make them from fast-growing bamboo! Jim Platts tells us more.

31 May 2009

Aerosols and spray cans from the bottom of the bombardier beetle; Andy McIntosh tells us more.