Interviews with Scientists

29 April 2007

Chelsea and Bob try to answer the age old question 'Why do we buy what we buy?' Does celebrity endorsement...

22 April 2007

Chelsea and Bob look at some of the driest places on Earth, to see what changes are occuring there.

22 April 2007

Annelise Hagan, of the Living Oceans Foundation talks about her work on Coral reefs and using sea planes to spy on the...

22 April 2007

Laura Font describes how she has found a way to find out where migratory birds have been by measuring strontium isotope...

22 April 2007

Stan Harpole talking about how using fertilisers can reduce biodiversity by destroying the niches that allow complex...

15 April 2007

Bob and Chelsea look at two ways you can lower your risk of cancer.

15 April 2007

Sabina Michnowicz speaks to Jason Wray, John Stingl and Brian Huntley on the role that stem cells have to play in cancer

15 April 2007

Fiona Watt explains how stem cells are a major player in cancer growth, and may be the key to finding new cures.

15 April 2007

Dr Andrew Futreal tell us about identifying faulty genes in tumours, and how these could be used for targeted therapy.

01 April 2007

Chelsea and Bob look into Puberty and Death - expolring why teenagers are moody and using computers to predict how you...

01 April 2007

What is heart disease, what is a cardiac arrest, Niall Campbell explains.

01 April 2007

Anthony has been investigating injecting stem cells into the heart to help it recover.

25 March 2007

Rising carbon dioxide levels usually make us think about the atmosphere, but new research shows that carbon dioxide...

25 March 2007

Bob and Chelsea hear about the music of the ocean, including scientists that listen to whale communication, and how the...

25 March 2007

If you thought Concorde was fast, think again. Scientists are looking to make hypersonic engines that could travel from...

18 March 2007

An object has been discovered in the Kuiper Belt which was smashed into by something half the size of Pluto, the...

18 March 2007

The Cambridge Science Festival - highlights from the opening

18 March 2007

A trio of co-dependent creatures that like it really hot and how the warming world is causing corals and their algae...

18 March 2007

Insect viruses are indestructible thanks to their crystal structure - why is this important? Find out here.

17 December 2006

Colin Humphreys details his theories about what the star of Bethlehem really was and when it could have appeared.