All posts tagged 'The Science Show'
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.
48:22 minutes (38.76 MB)
This week we tour the life of scientist, engineer and oddity that was Nikola Tesla. Time has not been kind to Tesla so we thought a show about him was the very least we could do. Listen to the story of this remarkable man, his inventions and his bitter rivalry with Thomas Edison. Also with added Student Science. Hurrah!
50:19 minutes (46.09 MB)
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 challenges, MERELY SEQUENTIAL. Shenanigans and awkward silences ensue.
45:20 minutes (41.53 MB)
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 swan song of 2013. There will be cake. Maybe.
46:13 minutes (42.32 MB)
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 this.
A show on the eyes fit for your ears!
46:35 minutes (42.67 MB)