Interviews with Scientists

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

18 November 2019

Custard powder is very flammable, and we prove it...

18 November 2019

Using ultrasound to move a tiny illuminated ball pixel creates a 3D visual effect...

18 November 2019

For babies, hiccups might actually help their brains develop...

18 November 2019

As good as silicon, but a fraction of the weight and price...

12 November 2019

More about what blind people see

12 November 2019

Not getting enough sleep can trigger food cravings

12 November 2019

What questions might phenomics answer?

12 November 2019

How do we study phenomics?

12 November 2019

What exactly is this new science?

12 November 2019

What could phenomics do for us?

12 November 2019

So why do hearing tests routinely omit them?

11 November 2019

The museum specimen that yielded its DNA code 3000 years after it was harvested...

11 November 2019

Why is a case of French red heading to the ISS?

11 November 2019

The salty, warm, alkaline conditions were perfect for membrane molecules to assemble...

08 November 2019

Tens of millions of years ago whales and dolphins evolved into the oceans. They lost genes in the process...

08 November 2019

The results are in. Did you guess right?

08 November 2019

Getting DNA out of water is an extremely useful tool for wildlife conversation...

08 November 2019

Supposedly geneticists can use the water from a fishtank to determine the fish it used to contain. Is it true?

05 November 2019

We test the metal of our experts!

05 November 2019

Let's meet the panel for our latest QnA show!

30 October 2019

How do UK universities treat their early-career group leaders?

30 October 2019

What's the rate at which new genetic changes emerge in sperms and eggs?

30 October 2019

A study on birds confirms that the way in which information is presented is key to effective education...

30 October 2019

Flies with the “yellow” gene aren’t very lucky in love, and it's not down to behaviour...