Interviews with Scientists

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

23 August 2020

What's going on with Fortnite, Apple and Google?

22 August 2020

Find out the latest gaming news for this month with Leigh Milner

19 August 2020

Meet the ancient bird found hidden under the Siberian permafrost...

19 August 2020

Sparrows with West Nile Virus are infected for longer in the light - with implications for disease spread...

19 August 2020

It's called sexual dichromatism - and in mosaic canaries, a single gene seems to make the difference...

19 August 2020

Plenty of birds fly south for winter. In warblers, this gene seems to partly control where they go...

19 August 2020

Hummingbirds can fly backwards and upside-down, and use some unique tricks of metabolism to do it...

18 August 2020

Have you been social smiling?

18 August 2020

You might be lying, but only in one language

18 August 2020

Do you really know how to listen?

18 August 2020

How do we come to understand the people around us?

18 August 2020

Celebrating World Prosecco Day!

18 August 2020

Making the humble red brick a power source

18 August 2020

Why do locusts swarm?

18 August 2020

We take a closer look at their findings

11 August 2020

Antibody tests have given mixed messages to long covid patients. How reliable are they?

11 August 2020

Barbara Melville is a long covid patient - but her symptoms are different, especially her fatigue...

11 August 2020

A neuropathologist explains the stranger symptoms of long covid - from mood swings to fizzing in the skin...

11 August 2020

The patient's own immune system seems to be the major player in long covid...

11 August 2020

Cardiologists have recently discovered ongoing heart issues in people who had mild COVID-19...

11 August 2020

Oxford-based GP Helen Salisbury has been seeing patients with these ongoing symptoms...

11 August 2020

The NHS doesn't have records for mild cases - but data from a symptom tracker app shows the problem's scale...

11 August 2020

Paul Garner used to run 40km a week. Now a mild walk puts him in bed for days...

11 August 2020

Researchers call it allogrooming - and here's how it shows the herd's hierarchy...