Interviews with Scientists

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

07 April 2020

Do you grab more food when someone's watching?

07 April 2020

A lot of us have been using video conference software, but how safe is it?

07 April 2020

How does the virus change, and how does that help us?

07 April 2020

How has pollution changed while we've been stuck inside

07 April 2020

A quick new test of COVID-19

03 April 2020

How well genetic scores predict school achievements...

03 April 2020

Imaging reveals how the human vocal tract can sing two notes at the same time...

03 April 2020

From Ebola to Marburg, and coronavirus to rabies, bats carry some of the world's worst viruses. Why?

03 April 2020

Why questionnaires and thermometers at airports miss most cases of travelers with diseases...

31 March 2020

What happens when you put the lid on a bottle containing liquid nitrogen?

31 March 2020

We chat to insect behaviour expert Eleanor Drinkwater!

31 March 2020

Science demo superstar Dave Ansell explains how satellites and spacecraft orient themselves...

31 March 2020

What do planetary geoscientists get up to?

31 March 2020

How does a chemist become a chocolate designer?

31 March 2020

How explosive is custard powder?

31 March 2020

Giles Yeo talks genetics and obesity...

31 March 2020

Meet the team in our recent panel show...

24 March 2020

Vaccines need to take into account that the virus can mutate...

24 March 2020

The company behind the modern pregnancy test are working on fast and cheap test for the coronavirus...

24 March 2020

To research it properly, scientists need key components of the outer coat of the coronavirus...

24 March 2020

When doctors have to treat severe symptoms, here's what they actually do...

24 March 2020

What actually happens to people infected with the coronavirus? A lung pathologist explains...

24 March 2020

There's a foundation of science underpinning the UK - and other nation’s - strategies to control the outbreak.

24 March 2020

A chance discovery of a near-complete skull is the oldest yet example of a modern-looking, toothless bird...