Interviews with Scientists

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

27 September 2009

One of the aims of Researchers’ Night all across Europe is to put people in touch with researchers whose work could...

27 September 2009

Helen Storey is a fashion designer who was inspired by developmental biology to design a series of stunning and thought...

27 September 2009

How can studying rocks in Spain tell us where to drill for North Sea oil? Durham University PhD student Jo Morris...

27 September 2009

The Science Museum's 'Punk Scientists' explain to Meera how they make science engaging through making...

21 September 2009

This week in science history saw, in 1991, the discovery of Ötzi the Iceman in the Ötztal Alps between Austria and...

20 September 2009

The original cuckolders: do they always get away with it? It seems some species of bird have developed defence...

20 September 2009

The Darwin Centre has opened at the Natural History Museum in London...

20 September 2009

It may not be able to play chess but this rook does know a little of Archimedes' work...

13 September 2009

Also in the news this week - an international consortium of Aphid researchers have been studying the newly decoded...

13 September 2009

Is it possible to fix a broken heart with stem cells?

13 September 2009

Diana O'Carroll brings us the highlights from this years British Science Festival...

13 September 2009

Tony Ryan discusses how can minuscule robots deliver deliver drugs to precise location in our body...

07 September 2009

This week in science history saw, in 1984, the invention of DNA fingerprinting by Sir Alec Jeffreys. Since then, the...

06 September 2009

How many licks does it take to eat a lollipop? How many ants would you need to carry a person? Aaron Santos' new...

06 September 2009

This week saw the launch of the Centre of the Cell, a new children orientated science center located in the heart of...

30 August 2009

There's a new method of archaeological dating in town and it doesn't involve wine or chocolate....

30 August 2009

We find out how life in the ancient Greek home wasn't just dinner and a game of Trivial Pursuit...

30 August 2009

Where did spectroscopy come from? This week's element is erbium: an otherwise little-known substance with a...

29 August 2009

This week's Explosive Chemistry with Dr Hal featured the following amazing experiments...

29 August 2009

This week's Cool Chemistry with Dr Hal featured the following amazing experiments...

24 August 2009

This week in science history saw, in 1883, the catastrophic eruption of Krakatoa in Indonesia. The eruption and...

23 August 2009

Thallium: the poisonous poison.

16 August 2009

This week, Kira Weissman explores the element that stops eggs sticking to frying pans and keeps astronauts safe in...

10 August 2009

This week in science history saw, in 1897, Felix Hoffman first synthesise a stable form of acetylsalicylic acid for...