Interviews with Scientists

03 April 2018

Sounds are just a series of different pitches. So how do our brains decode these into rich soundscapes?

03 April 2018

What is a sound, and how does our ear make sense of them?

28 March 2018

Does a lack of input to key brain areas early in life entrench autistic traits?

28 March 2018

What made complex life happen when it did?

28 March 2018

Neurones in the brain's visual areas fire in sync when a blind person listens to speech...

27 March 2018

Our panelists go head to head and a lifesize (knitted) gut is passed round the studio.

20 March 2018

What did Stephen Hawking mean to you?

20 March 2018

Why do Black Holes defy the rules of physics...

20 March 2018

The most-downloaded thesis of all time that crashed Cambridge's server...

20 March 2018

What is one of the most unread books of all time really all about...?

20 March 2018

How did he engage with the public...

20 March 2018

How Intel helped Stephen Hawking to speak...

20 March 2018

How was Hawking grappling with these strange cosmic entities?

20 March 2018

Insights into the disease that robs victims of movement...

20 March 2018

Martin Rees explains Hawkings early work...

20 March 2018

What did Hawking get up to at the college where he was a fellow...

14 March 2018

Could we store genetic data in a blockchain?

14 March 2018

How do we make advances in genomics accessible to all?

14 March 2018

A new public consultation reveals cautious optimism about genetic technology.

14 March 2018

Genomic technology is exciting, but can we afford it?

14 March 2018

How far through the 100,000 genomes project are we?

13 March 2018

What has computing got to do with clouds?