Events

Podcasts from science events, meetings and conferences...

04 July 2013

How are astronomers modelling the dark matter in the Universe?

03 July 2013

What will the last survivors at the end of the world look like?

02 July 2013

How much of a threat are solar storms to electricity grids?

01 July 2013

Plans are afoot to double the size of the Liverpool Telescope.

08 January 2013

What does the universe look like in infra-red light? In this video from the OCR Physics Conference, Chris North sheds...

08 January 2013

In this video from OCR's Physics Conference, Andrew Pontzen explains how Dark Matter and Dark Energy make up most...

08 January 2013

What's the weather like in space? In this video from OCR's Physics Conference Jim Wild explains why we need...

08 January 2013

How do astronauts stay healthy? In this video from OCR's Physics Conference, Kevin Fong explores space medicine...

08 January 2013

In this video from OCR's Physics Conference, We find out from Chris Davis how satellites are studying the Sun...

08 January 2013

The Square Kilometre Array will be the world's largest radio telescope. At OCR's Physics Conference, Dominic...

08 January 2013

What is a neutrino? In this video from OCR's Physics Conference, Ryan Nichol examines the properties of this...

08 January 2013

What is the Higgs Boson? Jonathan Hays explains the mass-giving Higgs Field in this video from OCR's Physics...

08 January 2013

In this video from OCR's Physics Conference, Emily Nurse explains how particle accelerators can study the most...

30 October 2011

In this final podcast from the BSGT Conference we hear how genes could be targeted to develop a new drug for HIV as...

29 October 2011

Today we hear how cancers, retinal degeneration, spinal cord injury and liver disease can all be targeted using gene...

28 October 2011

In today's podcast we hear how gene therapy can be used to target a variety of respiratory disorders such as...

27 October 2011

In this first podcast from the 2011 BSGT/ESGCT Conference in Brighton we bring you the highlights from the Public...

09 December 2010

In this podcast from National Pathology Week 2010, we join Dr Alun Williams at the Natural History Museum to discover...

08 December 2010

We explore the role of pathologists in pregnancy and childbirth in this podcast from National Pathology Week 2010. We...

07 December 2010

We go behind closed doors in this special podcast from National Pathology Week 2010, visiting the pathology labs at the...

17 December 2009

In this 2009 Royal College of Pathologists National Pathology Week podcast we explore the process of getting a new...

24 August 2009

This week historian Sandra Herbert tells how she retraced Darwin's footsteps to the Galapagos in search of rock...

13 August 2009

What challenges do science journalists face in the developing world? In this special documentary covering the...

12 August 2009

This week we're in conversation with Sir Terry Pratchett, author of the multi-million selling Discworld series....