Interviews with Scientists

Interviews about medicine, science, technology and engineering with scientists and researchers internationally...

16 December 2021

We leave carrots out for reindeer on Christmas Eve, but is it enough food for them to get around the globe?

16 December 2021

Unpacking the science behind the perfectly packed snowball

16 December 2021

Children UK - wide leave treats for Santa on Christmas Eve but just how drunk is he after his shift at work?

16 December 2021

Our favourite Christmas songs are dusted off year after year. What makes it so hard to join the festive ranks?

14 December 2021

How is nanotechnology being used to fight certain diseases?

14 December 2021

Scientists are constructing nanomachines made of DNA to staple tiny particles together.

14 December 2021

We look at the impact Omicron is having on South Africa to see what it's doing.

14 December 2021

A new chemical has been identified to combat the extra pounds brought about by quitting smoking.

14 December 2021

Driving home for Christmas, after a bottle of sherry. I take a look at the levels next to me, I am not safe.

14 December 2021

Just when you thought disease-linked genes were bad enough, look at what they're doing to the other genes.

14 December 2021

How does the brain coordinate the release of the same hormone, from the same cells, in different places and at...

14 December 2021

I wanna have immunity, like no one ever was. To live well is my body's test. To train it is time's cause...

14 December 2021

All is not lost in the fight against coral bleaching due to some are showing signs of resistance.

14 December 2021

Do you know how a plant cell works? This tool should soon answer all your questions.

14 December 2021

Nanotechnology is much more common place than the impression given off by sci-fi films.

14 December 2021

The Sword of Damascus is said to be unbreakable thanks to the power of nanotechnology. How is this possible?

14 December 2021

Theorised in 1973 and has now been made a reality. It's time to warp your brain around Quantum Spin Liquids.

07 December 2021

It's that time again to get your science brains rattling and see if you can beat this Christmas science quiz.

29 November 2021

From footlong Shaggy Inkcaps to Jewelled Amanita, more mushrooms means more food for you and your garden

29 November 2021

Satiation and appetite could be linked to a specific region in the brain

29 November 2021

How do we sustainably make use of this wonder material going forward?

29 November 2021

Why have only 9% of plastics ever produced been recycled?

29 November 2021

Researchers are using microbial inks to 3D print living materials

29 November 2021

Wind turbines are key for low-carbon future but surprisingly require plastic to perform at their best...