Interviews with Scientists

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

03 August 2008

The history of Clare College

03 August 2008

Hallucinations and delusions resulting from schizophrenia are scientifically fascinating, but poorly understood and...

03 August 2008

Trinity Hall's history

03 August 2008

Enzymes are the "amazing chemical machines" that make reactions happen billions of times faster than they...

03 August 2008

The history of Trinity and the Wren Library

03 August 2008

Astronomer Royal Professor Lord Martin Rees tells us about Earth, the Universe and Everything - from the Big Bang to...

03 August 2008

St John's College and the Bridge of Sighs

27 July 2008

An animatronic tongue created by scientists at the University of Sheffield could help us understand how speech is...

20 July 2008

Scientists have been tying electronic tags to jellyfish, in order to study turtles! We spoke to Jon Houghton from Queen...

20 July 2008

Dr Harren Jhoti founded Astex Therapeutics in 1999. We chatted to him to find out what happens in the process of...

20 July 2008

Melanie McCullagh from Biotica tells us how they are fighting diseases using chemicals found in bacteria.

13 July 2008

Could an Anaconda be the best way to extract power from waves? Possibly not the snake itself, but it's namesake...

13 July 2008

We’ve seen the news stories in previous Olympic tournaments where athletes have been caught using performance enhancing...

13 July 2008

How are sport officials cracking down on athletes using the wide range of drugs available to boost their performance,...

13 July 2008

Another method often used by athletes to reach their peak performance is to use the best equipment or clothing on the...

06 July 2008

What is jet-lag, and how can we reset the body clock to avoid it?

06 July 2008

We know our body clocks control when we need to eat, sleep and perform other important functions. But what about...

29 June 2008

The evolution of the Peppered Moth is a textbook example of adaptation in the face of changing environmental conditions...

29 June 2008

Evolving organisms on a lab bench allows a perfect view of how they change over time - but sometimes they can surprise...

29 June 2008

In Soay Sheep, having the biggest horns means you're more likely to breed - but it also means you're less...

29 June 2008

Charles Darwin's ideas on evolution were presented to the Linnean society on the 1st of July, 1858. 150 years on...

22 June 2008

Do you ever eat at your desk at work? It may worry you that your computer keyboard is a hotbed of bacteria, but even...

22 June 2008

Meera met our regular tech correspondent, Chris Vallance, to discover hyper-local news – the newest online development...

15 June 2008

The Methuselah tree is a record breaker - it grew from the oldest seed ever to be germinated. Sarah Sallon explains...