Interviews with Scientists

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

28 October 2007

We spoke to Professor Roger Pedersen, of the Centre for Regenerative Medicine at Cambridge University, about...

28 October 2007

We spoke to Professor Ian Wilmut who, in 1996, cloned the first mammal, Dolly the sheep.

28 October 2007

For Kitchen Science, Ben found out how to clone at home!

21 October 2007

The Diamond Synchrotron creates very high energy electromagnetic radiation (known as synchrotron light) that scientists...

21 October 2007

Chris spoke to Dr Ben Allanach about what we find when we break open an atom...

21 October 2007

We spoke to Cristina Lazzeroni, of Birmingham University, about her work using particle accelerators to track down...

14 October 2007

When you're buying training shoes, do you really get what you pay for? Professor Rami Abboud doesn't think...

14 October 2007

For this, the first of our monthly Technology segments, we look into the world of Machinima - Machine Cinema where...

07 October 2007

Birds do it, bees do it, but now Irene Terry, from the University of Utah, has found that primitive plants indulge in...

07 October 2007

While many people enjoy a beer, some prefer a shot of the hard stuff. Ben set out to find out about the science of...

07 October 2007

Now, there must be thousands of beers available worldwide and of course, beer sales are very big business. But how do...

07 October 2007

Beer is one of the world’s oldest alcoholic beverages, dating back over seven thousand years and it’s still one of the...

07 October 2007

The chemistry of carbon dioxide could give us better beers, by supplying brewers with exactly the compounds they need,...

07 October 2007

As much as we enjoy the odd beer it’s always best to enjoy it in moderation because drinking alcohol does have its...

07 October 2007

Continued from part one, where we set up the distillation equipment, Ben returns from the pub to find the results...

30 September 2007

Kat Arney reports in with the latest news from the National Cancer Research Institute conference in Birmingham, UK.

30 September 2007

Non-stick pans are great, they make it so much easier to clean cooked on scrambled egg! But the Thin Films and...

30 September 2007

Now, if you listen carefully you will notice that we, in the Naked Scientists are surrounded by paper. We usually try...

30 September 2007

Biocomposites, materials similar to plastics but made from biological material, could be the ideal replacement for...

30 September 2007

Dr Ruth Cameron and Dr Serena Best from the Centre for Medical material at the University of Cambridge spoke to Chris...

30 September 2007

Non-stick pans are great, they make it so much easier to clean cooked on scrambled egg! But the Thin Films and...

23 September 2007

Once a judge on Robot Wars, Professor Noel Sharkey told us about the part robots have to play in real wars...

23 September 2007

What do we need robots for in genetics? Just what difference do they make? We sent Meera to the Wellcome Trust Sanger...

23 September 2007

The Semantic Robot Vision Challenge was set up to find robots which could locate an object in real space, after only...