With Rio 2016 Olympics less than 70 days away, Marianne Guenot speaks to leading research scientists about the work being done to curb the Zika virus outbreak.
Can you pronounce acrocephalosyndactyly? Do you know what logorrhoea is? Watch the natural and the social scientists battle it out with these tongue twisters.
Artist Susan Schuppli leads a walk in Tate Modern’s surrounding area reflecting on the materiality of sunsets and the politics of light. Why is the sun now setting further west in the arctic regions? How do atmospheric pollutants supercharge the colours of our sunsets? When the sun goes down our AM radio reception fade and […]
Join Royal Society University Research Fellow Lucie Green to walk and talk about the activity and atmosphere of our nearest star, the Sun. Green studies the immense magnetic fields in the Sun’s atmosphere which sporadically erupt into the Solar System. Find out what would happen if these eruptions reached the Earth and how that could […]
Explore Dr Ronald Konopka’s fantastic discoveries which opened the door to research on our biological clocks
An I, Scientist video: Stephanie Sammann, Rory Galloway and Arutyun Arutyunyan interview Professor Julian Jones about biomaterials for repairing damaged bones
Anne Petzold explores the psychology behind making Power Point presentaions less painful and more memorable