Interviews with Scientists

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

26 July 2022

River swimming clubs are at capacity; is no one worried about the cleanliness of the river?

25 July 2022

Universities and citizen scientists alike are on the lookout for indicators of faecal matter...

25 July 2022

In the 1800s cholera swept through Cambridge, until the installation of a state of the art steam engines...

25 July 2022

200 chalk rivers are known globally, 85% reside in Southern and Eastern England...

22 July 2022

From novice to Olympian; Cambridge rowing builds champion athletes...

19 July 2022

The wait is finally over...

18 July 2022

By combining suckers and sensors, the "Octaglove" can easily attach to and move objects

18 July 2022

Observations made by Gregor Mendel about pea plants paved the way for understanding inheritance

18 July 2022

Claims that an artificially intelligent chatbot was sentient sparked uproar. Are "alive" algorithms realistic

18 July 2022

Whether you prefer red, white or rosé, the vessel the wine is carried in may also influence it's flavour

18 July 2022

5 years ago, the great white population in Gansbaai vanished. Now, scientists are starting to understand why.

18 July 2022

In light of Roe vs Wade, could period tracking app data be used as evidence in abortion prosecution trials?

18 July 2022

Research has shown that current rescue techniques are not in line with medical science.

11 July 2022

After a large crash at the British Grand Prix, the once controversial Halo has been termed a hero once again

11 July 2022

Reframing the physical sensations stress induces and learning about how the brain works can alter physiology

11 July 2022

By trying to detect axions, researchers have been able to rule out some criteria for these invisible forces

11 July 2022

Creating new individuals using freeze dried egg cells could help with species preservation

11 July 2022

Beyond public opinion, there are other barriers standing in between gene-edited foods and our fridges

11 July 2022

By adding algae DNA into crops, these oils could be sourced in a more sustainable way

11 July 2022

While many decaf coffee varieties exist, many are striving to make a tastier bean and gene-editing might help

11 July 2022

By altering how a certain enzyme in tomatoes operates, they can accumulate pro-vitamin D

11 July 2022

Humans have been modifying produce for millennia, selecting for genes which boost beneficial traits

05 July 2022

Carl Sayer set us the task of finding our own ghost ponds; we'll need to swat up before the expedition...

05 July 2022

When old ponds are restored, plant life that has laid in waiting can take root after 150 years...