Ep19: Highlights from Season One

In preparation for the upcoming new episodes, here are some of my favourite moments from Season One of Scientists not the Science.

January 18, 2016

Ep18: Light on the Nanoscale – Anna Lombardi (Bonus Episode)

Anna Lombardi is a post-doctoral researcher, studying how light behaves when it interacts with nanoscale objects.

December 14, 2015

Ep17: Quantum Alchemy – Suchitra Sebastian (Bonus Episode)

Suchitra Sebastian studies quantum matter, and in particular - superconductors.

December 6, 2015

Ep16: Understanding the Universe – Giovanna Cottin (Bonus Episode)

Giovanna Cottin is a theoretical particle physicist at the University of Cambridge.

November 28, 2015

Ep15: A Million Billion Photographs - Jasmine Rivett (Bonus Episode)

Physicist Jasmine Rivett researches a new type of solar cell, by studying how they work with a super fast laser system.

April 11, 2015

Ep14: Physics Matters - Susan Haines (Bonus Episode)

Dr Susan Haines is a particle physicist working at the Cavendish Laboratory on data from the LHCb experiment at CERN.

October 20, 2015

Ep13: DNA Origami - Kerstin Göpfrich (Bonus Episode)

Kerstin Göpfrich is a PhD student in the Department of Physics at the University of Cambridge, studying DNA origami - quite literally the art of folding DNA.

October 11, 2015

Ep12: Physicist in a Chemists’ World – Silvia Vignolini

Dr Silvia Vignolini is a lecturer in the chemistry of materials at the University of Cambridge. She shares her experience of lecturing undergraduates, leading researchers, and sharing her research through the media.

August 6, 2015

Ep11: Supersonic Curiosity - James Threadgill

James Threadgill works with supersonic wind and left his industry job to further his love of learning and understanding. He shares his drive for research, and reflections on choosing and pursuing a PhD.

June 25, 2015

Ep10: Science on a Mountaintop - Hannah Stern

Hannah Stern works with lasers. Really fast lasers. She was inspired to apply for a PhD at the University of Cambridge, thanks to a chance encounter with an academic, high in the mountains on New Zealand.

June 10, 2015