Interviews with Scientists

11 July 2017

Looking at corals in the dark at the Royal Society Summer Exhibition.

11 July 2017

Could corals migrate to deeper water to survive climate change?

11 July 2017

We go in search of the whale shark.

11 July 2017

Using satellites to track whale shark migration around the world.

11 July 2017

Making waves in the lab to better understand mixing in the ocean.

11 July 2017

The science on show on the courts of Wimbledon.

11 July 2017

A new development in the fight against cancer.

10 July 2017

Technology used by the Indian Space Agency comes down to Earth to help India's fisherman.

10 July 2017

How do we program human morals into self-driving cars?

10 July 2017

A new technique to grow replacement bile ducts for patients with liver disease.

04 July 2017

Move over Question of the Week! It's marine month, and there's a new feature in town....

04 July 2017

Oil spills can spell disaster for coastal wildlife, but can a sponge soak up oil spills?

04 July 2017

Invasive species can damage local ecosystems, so how has a clam from the Gulf of Mexico ended up in Lincolnshire?

04 July 2017

A coastal crustacean is an extraordinary time keep, but how?

04 July 2017

We brought the beach to the studio... But what's the science to a superior sandcastle?

04 July 2017

Birdsong may sound beautiful, but can they drum?

04 July 2017

There's new news on fake news; why is it so prolific?

04 July 2017

The tech intended for space. How memory foam came from NASA and made its way into our homes.

04 July 2017

How the brightest light on Earth will improve X-Ray imaging and security measures.

04 July 2017

A new imaging technique makes better and faster diagnoses, even during surgery.

27 June 2017

Would you trust a robot in an emergency?

27 June 2017

Would you trust a robot with your surgery?

27 June 2017

Would you trust a robot in the military?

27 June 2017

Would you trust a robot to grow your food?