Interviews with Scientists

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

26 March 2019

Anti-sound windows to make our homes quieter...

26 March 2019

How do you pick one signal out a noisy place?

20 March 2019

How do those great ideas come about?

20 March 2019

Why bother studying consciousness?

20 March 2019

We put a sample of the latest neuroscience news under the microscope...

19 March 2019

How can we create sustainable but efficient products?

19 March 2019

New technology and designs can transform traditional materials

19 March 2019

Introducing invisibility cloaks; changing material structure can create new functions

19 March 2019

We visited a blacksmith's forge to explore the science of sword making

19 March 2019

Thanks to this new technique perishable food items now last for weeks…

19 March 2019

Say goodbye to chip-and-pin!

19 March 2019

A fast-acting insulin from cone snails could help diabetics

19 March 2019

Every year, tens of thousands of men are diagnosed with prostate cancer. But what should they do?

12 March 2019

Here's a demo for you to try at home.

12 March 2019

We put our panel through their paces with a quiz.

05 March 2019

It's not all doom and gloom! Scientists step in to save rare birds from pesky predators

05 March 2019

Sometimes species are released, or escape, and then havoc ensues.

05 March 2019

Sebastian Schornack explains how we accidentally introduce species into a new place

05 March 2019

And what happens if a new species disrupts the balance of nature?

05 March 2019

Scientists develop wireless sensors to monitor premature babies

03 March 2019

By adding electricity, a liquid gallium and cerium alloy can turn carbon dioxide into coal...

03 March 2019

Hackers are exploiting the devices you plug into your computer to own your device...

03 March 2019

Using a sand mould, we create a metal replica of a special piece of engineer's chalk...

28 February 2019

1 in 20 people will live with a rare disease at some point in their life but many go undiagnosed.