Science Podcasts

28 September 2017

3 groups of PhD students from the EU Marie Curie European Training Network ALKATRAS get hands on with science...

28 September 2017

3 groups of PhD students from the EU Marie Curie European Training Network ALKATRAS get hands on with science...

26 September 2017

Proteins discovered in algae could be used to engineer faster-growing crops, according to researchers at the...

26 September 2017

From a replacement pancreas for diabetes and a retinal implant to restore sight for some forms of blindness, what...

25 September 2017

The complex branching patterns seen in the growth of tissues in the lungs, kidneys and pancreas have an elegantly...

25 September 2017

Does cooking burn off alcohol?

22 September 2017

The evolution of a juvenile-like skull and brain structure has been critical to the success of modern birds.

21 September 2017

Scientists make the surprising discovery that the identity of the microbes in our mouth are not controlled by genetics.

20 September 2017

How strong are earth's tectonic plates? A fundamental lack of understanding has existed on this question, until...

19 September 2017

Highly-targeted antibiotics that can exclusively hit C. difficile have been discovered.

19 September 2017

This week, we take a trip down memory lane. What are memories? And how scientists can implant false memories or wipe...

18 September 2017

How does your pet dog's intelligence compare to other animals?

15 September 2017

An interview with AstraZeneca about how they invent and market medicine.

14 September 2017

Would you ever consider donating your genome to research? We meet a man who has, and find out why.

13 September 2017

Researchers have used a novel technique to understand coral loss over a period of 240 years.

13 September 2017

New research suggests it's not just aging eggs that can harm chances of pregnancy.

12 September 2017

We explore how drugs get from the bench to your bedside, and what the future holds for pharmaceuticals.

11 September 2017

Biomarkers for epilepsy, how fish can recognise faces, insect anti-anti aphrodisiacs, and why striving for novelty may...

11 September 2017

Why do our clothes dry even though the boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius?

10 September 2017

This month, Space Boffins says goodbye to Cassini ahead of its grand finale...

08 September 2017

Why do people scream when falling from buildings? How do bombs affect the environment? How do aeroplanes land safely?

04 September 2017

We answer your questions with our expert panel - plant scientist Beverley Glover, mathematician James Grime, physicist...

01 September 2017

Can bacteria influence the sex life of animals? Well, a serendipitous discovery made by researchers at UC Berkeley and...

01 September 2017

Can we 3D print rhino horn? How do cats eat and purr at the same time?