DIY Biology and Solar Impulse Project Julie Gould reports on a laboratory in Paris which allows people to try their hand at their own biology experiments, our STEM Ambassador of the Week is clinical engineer Robert Salter, Rhys talks to Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg about the Solar Impulse project and Kathryn Harkup tells us about David Edward [...]
Google Glass, Twitter Hacks and Brain Cooling Kris Sangani talks to us about Google Glass and a recent phishing scam involving Twitter, our STEM Ambassador of the Week is Chris Squire from TATA Steel, we talk to Dr Malcolm Macleod about a new trial taking place in Edinburgh investigating the effect of brain cooling on stroke [...]
The Moon Changing Colour & Ed Yong Elaine Morgan answers a moon related question, our STEM Ambassador of the Week is Zoe Randall from science made simple, Rhys talks to blogger Ed Yong and Kathryn Harkup tells us all about Sir John Carew Eccles .
Mobile IP Node and Herschel Update Rhys talks to David Rees from Cassidian about their Mobile IP Node technology, our STEM Ambassador of the Week is Dr Dean Burnett, Chris North gets the latest on the Herschel space telescope and Kathryn Harkup tells us all about Pauli.
Project STEP and Bloodhound On this week’s programme, David Morgan tells us about Project STEP, our STEM Ambassador of the Week is Simon Jones from science made simple, Dr Ben Evans tells us about the Bloodhound Project and Kathryn Harkup marks the 140th anniversary of the death of Leibig..
Book Review and Cancer Markers On this week’s programme, Dominic Lenton reviews ‘The Science of Monsters’ and ‘The Man in the Rubber Mask’, our STEM Ambassador of the Week is Ezzy Pearson, Rhys talks to Professor Doug Easton about new genetic cancer markers recently discovered and Kathryn Harkup talks about Primo Levi.
Elaine Morgan and Mark Henderson On this week’s programme, Elaine Morgan answers another one of your scientific questions, our STEM Ambassador of the Week is Simon Watt and our special guest is Mark Henderson from the Wellcome Trust. All that plus Kathryn Harkup talks about Nathan Stubblefield.
Global Grand Challenges Summit On the 12-13 March 2013 over 450 leading engineers, artists, economists, designers, philosophers, scientists, politicians, industry leaders, educators and policy makers from across the globe gathered in London to attend the inaugural Global Grand Challenges Summit. In this special edition of the programme, Rhys talks to some of the speakers and [...]
National Science & Engineering Week and Mars Curiosity Update On this week’s programme, Rhys goes to the Wales launch of National Science and Engineering Week, our STEM Ambassador of the Week is Fiona Robinson from Cogent Power Ltd, Chris North talks to Matt Balme about the Mars Curiosity Rover and Kathryn Harkup talks about George [...]
Consumer Technology and the Ichthyostega On this week’s programme, Kris Sangani tells us about the recent 4G network bids and the Playstation 4, our STEM Ambassador of the Week is Bryan Lillie from Cassidian Cybersecurity, Julie Gould reports on the Ichthyostega and Kathryn Harkup talks about Giovanni Schiaparelli.