Science Articles, Interviews & Questions

27 March 2018

Our panelists go head to head and a lifesize (knitted) gut is passed round the studio.

27 March 2018

And if so, how much light do we need?

27 March 2018

Mathematician Bobby Seagull stuns us with stats.

27 March 2018

Caller Richard had a question for our own Chris Smith

27 March 2018

How do they know if their queen dies?

27 March 2018

It's not *that* bad, Cambridge University's Bobby Seagull explained why.

27 March 2018

Genetists, Giles Yeo, crunched the numbers...

22 March 2018

Crimes that involve chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) materials pose a deadly threat not just to the...

21 March 2018

Driverless cars used to be something that only appeared in science fiction, but they’re swiftly becoming a reality....

20 March 2018

What did Stephen Hawking mean to you?

20 March 2018

How can a transaction between anonymous individuals, with no independent oversight, ever be trusted? Welcome to the...

20 March 2018

Why do Black Holes defy the rules of physics...

20 March 2018

The most-downloaded thesis of all time that crashed Cambridge's server...

20 March 2018

What is one of the most unread books of all time really all about...?

20 March 2018

How did he engage with the public...

20 March 2018

How Intel helped Stephen Hawking to speak...

20 March 2018

How was Hawking grappling with these strange cosmic entities?

20 March 2018

Insights into the disease that robs victims of movement...

20 March 2018

Martin Rees explains Hawkings early work...

20 March 2018

What did Hawking get up to at the college where he was a fellow...

19 March 2018

Landfill is both ugly and polluting. But a new breed of technology promises to make it a thing of the past,...

15 March 2018

I often get a rock or a twig for my birthday. It probably sounds a bit odd, but you see, we lichenologists - people who...

14 March 2018

A fiery gene that suppresses dwarves.