Interviews with Scientists

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

01 November 2009

We find out about the life of a pathologist and what events we have to look forward to as part of National Pathology...

27 October 2009

This Week in Science History saw on the 4th of November 1922 the first discovery of the entrance to the tomb of...

25 October 2009

How we could be one step closer to making our own spider-based glues...

25 October 2009

This week's Kitchen Science requires no equipment - just you, your brain and your arms!

25 October 2009

Ed Wild explores how understanding our bodies immune response to huntington's disease could help develop a...

25 October 2009

David Wraith explains how we may be able to damp down Multiple Sclerosis by de-sensitizing our immune system...

25 October 2009

Professor Julie Williams and her team at Cardiff University recently discovered a pair of genes that seem to be linked...

19 October 2009

This week in Science History saw the birth of Tetsuya Fujita, also known as Ted and ‘Mr Tornado’. Fujita dedicated his...

18 October 2009

A new non-stick coating could give insects the slip, and prevent infestations...

18 October 2009

Laura Soul investigates the effects of reaching high altitudes with Andrew Murray...

18 October 2009

Ben Valsler speaks to Laura Soul about how her body responded to her trek up to Everest Base Camp, including exerts...

18 October 2009

The processes that make mountains, plate tectonics, may also have given rise to the current ice age. Dennis Kent...

11 October 2009

Richard Van Noorden reveals the winners of this years Nobel Science prizes as well as an insight into why their work...

11 October 2009

Tech expert Chris Vallance looks at the technology highlights from over the summer and investigates the effect of the...

04 October 2009

Our own Kat Arney reports from the National Cancer Research Institute Annual Conference in Birmingham...

04 October 2009

Proton therapy - a type of radiotherapy using beams of charged ions to target tumours, could avoid some of the...

04 October 2009

Stem cells are known for their ability to regenerate and differentiate to form lots of the cells in our bodies. But as...

04 October 2009

Breast cancer is still the most common cancer in the UK and it affects around 45,000 women and around 300 men every...

27 September 2009

We find out what Researchers Revealed was all about and meet the host for the evening, John Tickle to find out what he...

27 September 2009

Steve McLean brings us the highlights of the newly renovated Great Northern Museum including an ancient bog body and...

27 September 2009

Dr Sarah Glynn explores the mysterious death of the Lindow Man...

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...