Blogs

20/01/2014 - 11:11
Submitted by James Lloyd

Wakey wakey, it's time to go comet chasing! The Rosetta spacecraft is today expected to wake up from a two-and-a-half-year hibernation. But where is it going, and when will it get...

17/01/2014 - 16:15
Submitted by James Lloyd

This week's guide to science on the telly and radio...

 

Mon 20 January

Winterwatch
BBC Two, 8.30-9.30pm

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15/01/2014 - 16:03
Submitted by James Lloyd

How about this for a novel way to power your phone... researchers in the US have invented tiny turbines that harvest energy from the wind.

Hundreds of them could be embedded in the sleeve...

13/01/2014 - 12:45
Submitted by Jason Goodyer

The US National Security Agency is developing a supercomputer capable of breaking through nearly every kind of encryption currently used to protect sensitive data, The Washington Post has claimed...

10/01/2014 - 15:10
Submitted by James Lloyd

This week's guide to science on the telly and radio...

 

Tues 14 January

The Human Zoo
BBC Radio 4, 3.30-4.00pm...

02/01/2014 - 17:12
Submitted by Jason Goodyer

Next time somebody says they feel ‘flushed with pride’ or ‘sick with disgust’ you might be wise not to dismiss their claims as mere turns of...

13/12/2013 - 11:59
Submitted by James Lloyd

This week's guide to science on the telly and radio...

 

Sun 15 December

Britain's Killer Storms
Channel 4, 7.30-9....

06/12/2013 - 11:30
Submitted by James Lloyd

This week's guide to science on the telly and radio...

 

Sat 7 December

Stephen Hawking: A Brief History of Mine
Channel...

05/12/2013 - 12:40
Submitted by James Lloyd

You’ve heard of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot; now meet Saturn’s hexagon. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has taken the highest resolution image yet of the six-sided jet stream that...

04/12/2013 - 12:20
Submitted by Jason Goodyer

Following a failure to understand the actions of the opposite sex, there are no doubt many of us who have shrugged our shoulders and sighed "I don’t know, we...

03/12/2013 - 11:17
Submitted by James Lloyd

For such a cute and diminutive creature, the koala produces a surprisingly loud and low-pitched noise. Now, scientists have discovered how the marsupials make their strange calls: it’s all...

29/11/2013 - 10:06
Submitted by James Lloyd

This week's guide to science on the telly and radio...

 

Mon 2 December

The Infinite Monkey Cage
BBC Radio 4, 4.30-5....

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