Interviews with Scientists

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

24 June 2007

Joel Veitch of Rathergood.com with his suggestion for measuring risk using the unit the 'Curtain'.

24 June 2007

This week, Chelsea and Bob update us with some news about the sound of muscles and treating depression with yoga.

24 June 2007

Janet Sumner discusses how the meteorite we're familiar with may have just been the straw that broke the dinosaur...

24 June 2007

We spoke to Peter Kelemen, who studies the earthquakes that originate deep in the mantle of the Earth

24 June 2007

Michael Watts on how to search for arsenic in contaminated land, and the impact on people's health

17 June 2007

This week, Bob and Chelsea tell us about seed that sow themselves and the future of domestic robots!

17 June 2007

Dr Hazel Wilkinson tells Sabina Michnowicz how she used her plant identification skills and a book of spells to help...

17 June 2007

We spoke to Dr Trevor Emmett, lecturer in Forensic Science at Anglia Ruskin University about what forensics is, an dhow...

17 June 2007

Azi Khatiri goes to a lab for a hair cut - to see if vegetarian hair is different to that of a carnivore, or if a rural...

10 June 2007

Serena Marks tells us how you might not lose the goodness of apples when making cider, and in fact that cider might be...

10 June 2007

This week Bob and Chelsea discuss how lifestyle affects obisity.

10 June 2007

Mark Peplow talks about the latest Chemistry news

03 June 2007

Prof. Nicky Clayton on her studies with corvids - a group of birds who plan, scheme, steal and even make tools.

03 June 2007

This week, Chelsea finds out what rock music sounds like on other planets, and Bob uses lasers to simulate the...

03 June 2007

Meerkats are amongst the most cooperative animals in the world, but how is their society structured? Tim Clutton-Brock...

03 June 2007

Dr Andrew Smith tells us why primates have evolved the ability to see in three colours - and how this could have helped...

27 May 2007

Terry Hurford tells us about a geyser on one of Saturns moons so powerful it puts water into one of Saturn's rings.

27 May 2007

This week, Chelsea and Bob look at diseases of the brain. Chelsea sniffs out a new way of screening for Alzheimers...

27 May 2007

Dr Carolin Crawford tell us about how galaxies form, the early days of the universe and the heart of the Milky Way

27 May 2007

Maggie Turnbull tells us about her shortlist of potentially habitable planets - prime targets for the Search for Extra...

20 May 2007

Jonathan Shanklin was part of the team from the British Antarctic Survey who first discovered the hole in the ozone...

20 May 2007

George Cotsarelis, of the University of Pennsylvania speaks to Chris about how he identified the genetic pathways...

20 May 2007

This week Chelsea and Bob look at water in our atmosphere. Chelsea looks at why some places get too little, while Bob...

20 May 2007

The eruption of the Laki fission in Iceland in 1783 led to sulphurous smog falling over Europe. It has been described...