The Science Show
A Brief History of You - Part Three
A JOURNEY'S END - The Science Show takes you on a journey through space and time, from the birth of the Universe to your own baby steps. In the final chapter of this trilogy, we walk with the first inhabitants of the land, see the rise and fall of the...
A Brief History of You - Part Two
LET THERE BE LIFE - The Science Show takes you on a journey through space and time, from the birth of the Universe to your own baby steps. In the second of this three part series, we visit the earth as the first chemical reactions which will ultimate...
A Brief History of You - Part One
FROM NOTHING TO EVERYTHING: The Science Show takes you on a journey through space and time, from the birth of the Universe to your own baby steps. In the first of this three part series, we listened in on the moment everything came to be and watched...
Exploring Extreme Weather
We chat to Georgina Endfield and Lucy Veale from The Weather Extremes Research Group about their ambitious project to document extreme weather events over the past 300 years! Don your fedoras and crack your whips as we become raiders of the lost...
Sutton Bonington Science!
We travel to The University of Nottingham's Sutton Bonington Campus to explore the research going on there! We talk about flying Oktokopters, CT Scanners so big they've earned the nickname 'Beast' and a revolutionary type of salt! Oh, and Producer Joe...
Magnetic Levitation - Richard Hill
This week, the science show doesn't jump the shark, but kinda makes it float instead? Confused? Well listen in as we invite Dr. Richard Hill from the School of Physics to talk about the world of magnetic levitation. Join us as we ask all the tough...
Science In The Newsround
The team pick up on some of the news stories we haven't covered in the past couple months including giant snakes from Florida, bad science headlines (cough cough Daily Fail) and the hazards from meteorites to lunar bases. Let's round up the Science In...
My Weird Body
WARNING: This episode contains discussions of a sexual nature. If you're easily offended, please listen to another podcast. Otherwise, enjoy the show. The Science Show Team take a look at the weird and wonderful human body. From orgasms in our feet to...
Saving The World With Satellites - Mike Steven
In our 75th show, we take a look at the ways satellite imagery can help us grow the best veg patch on the block and discover how Prof. Mike Steven and his collaborators are using Sutton Bonington campus to help monitor the effects of global warming.
Nikola Tesla - The Unsung Hero
This week the team take a whistle stop tour of the life of Serbia's Nikola Tesla, a scientist, engineer and all round superinventor for which a lot of today's technology he is largely responsible for. Time has not been kind to Tesla so we thought a...
Naomi Clement - Talking Alzheimer's
Jenna and Joe talk to future doctor and PhD student Naomi Clement about her work looking into the genetic roots behind Alzheimer's disease. Join us for a journey through the brain, DNA and KitKats...
SkyWatch LIVE 2014
Team Science broadcast from the campus observatories! Join Ben and Carl as they talk to PhysSoc about joining the student stargazers, discuss the points of interest in the sky with our Edinburgh correspondent and question resident expert Julian Onions...
The Simple Living Artificial Brain with Dr. Noah Russell
Dr. Noah Russell joins us to talk about the ambitious Simple Living Artificial Brain (SLAB) project which aims to study the brain at its most fundamental level. Come along as we talk brains, neurons and America's largest crack.
Phil Moriarty - Lectures, Learning & Bad Science
Prof. Phil Moriarty joins us for the second time to talk about lectures, learning and bad science. Are lectures the best way to learn? George and Carl tell Phil your thoughts and discuss how bad science can slip through the cracks!
2014: We Have Liftoff!
Back for 2014, the team take a look at some of the more unusual stories from 2013. Also we are joined by Physsoc and Biosoc to talk about what they have in store for the students of Nottingham and put them to battle in the most gruelling of...
It's a Cracker! The Science of Christmas.
Well, this was inevitable, but fear not! The Science Show approach christmas in their own irreverent style. From discussing which laws of physics Santa chooses to follow, to the top ten gifts to give a scientist, join the team as we have our final...
Transition Metals - Debbie Kays
Chemist Dr. Debbie Kays joins Carl and Hena in the studio to take a tour of the transition metals, her favourite element Boron and a look over the scientific news that have hit the headlines in the past week! You can't say we don't treat you.
Looking Into Vision
This week Producer Jenna takes command as the team decide to take a look into vision and how the eye works. We discuss the differences between vision in men and women, look into colour perception, and the weird world of the brain's role in all of...
Unzipping Your Genes - Chris Hayes
Organic chemist and friend to epigeneticists everywhere, Prof. Chris Hayes from The School of Chemistry joins the team to talk about organic chemistry and working with DNA! Mind controlled cockroaches and new body parts also make an uncontrolled...
Hydrogen Fuel Cells - Darren Walsh
Electrochemist Dr. Darren Walsh joins us to talk all about Hydrogen fuel cells. Is the lightest, most abundant element the future of our fuel needs? Find out on The Science Show.
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