Interviews with Scientists

31 October 2017

Scientists have developed new insights into dinosaur colouring and camouflage.

31 October 2017

Georgia Mills busts the myth within the old saying "blind as a bat".

31 October 2017

Would you want your ashes scattered in space?

31 October 2017

Could increasing the production of sugarcane ethanol help to cut global carbon emissions?

24 October 2017

Listen to Detlef Weigel talk about peer review at eLife.

24 October 2017

Listen to Eve Marder talk about what makes a great paper.

24 October 2017

A specific enzyme helps plants to adapt to higher amounts of oxygen in the environment.

24 October 2017

The Peer Review Congress encourages research into peer review.

24 October 2017

Bacteria in decomposing bodies may help to determine the time of death.

24 October 2017

Is there anything we can do to keep our skin healthy?

24 October 2017

In the future, electronic tattoos will monitor our health...

24 October 2017

How do tattoos remain in the skin?

24 October 2017

Sleeping Sickness can be often go undetected, but there's new technique to find parasites.

24 October 2017

A new material could improve procedures to treat acid attack and burn patients

24 October 2017

Skin is our largest organ, but what exactly is it?

24 October 2017

We Brits are rather fond of a bird feeder, but what effect is this having on the UK Great Tit?

24 October 2017

Scientists at Cambridge University have discovered plants are great illusionists.

24 October 2017

How has landing space probes kept crisps fresh?

24 October 2017

Scientists at McMaster University in Canada have found an innovative way to attack cancer cells.

24 October 2017

Scientists have made a fifth gravitational wave detection, but this one is different...

17 October 2017

Is AI worth it, or will it end our species?

17 October 2017

How worried should we be about AI?

17 October 2017

Could our machines become self-aware?

17 October 2017

Is super-intelligent AI a pipe dream?