In Short

In short: brief podcast episodes telling compelling science stories.

17 December 2009

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

16 December 2009

In this 2009 Royal College of Pathologists National Pathology Week podcast, we get a behind-the-scenes view of a heart...

15 December 2009

In this Pathology Podcast, we find out why thinking heart could save a baby's life. We'll examine three heart...

14 December 2009

In this 2009 Royal College of Pathologists National Pathology Week podcast, we look at the art and ethics of modern...

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....

11 August 2009

What is the Internet, new technology and increasing citizen journalism doing to the world of science publishing and...

05 August 2009

The Wellcome Trust supported a series of events discussing the reporting of biomedical science at the World Conference...

04 August 2009

Darwin's first book was on coral reefs. Brian Rosen takes up the story...

28 July 2009

This week we're in conversation with Nobel laureate Sir John Sulston, the man behind the human genome project.

21 July 2009

Poet and Darwin-descendent Ruth Padel talks about how the history books led her to write "Darwin, a life in poems...

16 July 2009

Award winning Canadian hip hop artist Baba Brinkman brings us his Rap Guide to Evolution, an hour of clever, witty and...

10 July 2009

We tie up the Darwin Festival with predictions on global warming and the future of the human species. Plus, we find out...

09 July 2009

The fourth day brings together geologists and an exploration of Darwin's early scientific forays. We also find out...

08 July 2009

Day three of the festival and if you've ever wondered what a Darwin rap sounds like, this show is for you. We also...

07 July 2009

We catch up with festival attendees and speakers on the second day of the Darwin Festival at Cambridge. Today we search...

06 July 2009

Today Richard Dawkins explains why scientists can't practise religion, we hear how butterflies imitate each other...

03 July 2009

In this final podcast from the WCSJ we discuss the public image of the pharmaceutical industry and the role of the...

02 July 2009

Today we reveal the winner of the bid to host the next WCSJ conference in 2011 as well as discuss the role of public...

01 July 2009

In today's podcast we hear about the current state of science journalism in countries like the US and predict the...

30 June 2009

In this first podcast we bring you the highlights from the pre-conference workshops and meet some of the conference...

10 June 2009

This special podcast celebrates the World Hepatitis Day events held at Birmingham University. We find out why World...

04 January 2009

In the final National Pathology Week podcast, we address the ultimate surgical operation - the Autopsy, or Post Mortem...