Tags: Pythagoras Trousers

Science of Smell

This podcast first appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 144 on December 12th 2013 In this podcast I explore how our noses work through the science of smell.

“Follow your nose” “Stop being Nosy” I’m sure there are more phrases

Binaural Beats

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 135 on October 10th 2013 This is a podcast about binaural beats.

Binaural beats are created when two ever-so-slightly different frequency tones are listened to in the left and right ear.

Predicting Biodiversity

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 106 on January 17th 2013 Predicting biodiversity is an interview with Blake Suttle about how we can watch the movements of plants and animals to be able to predict their movement in

Urinary Tract Infections

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 101 on December 13th 2012 This is an interview with Jenny Rhon about her research on Urinary Tract Infections.

The majority of people have had a UTI, and have been to

Photovoltaic cell

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 97 on November 15th 2012 This is an interview with PhD student Christopher Emmott about his research on different types of photovoltaic cell.

Transcript: On October 22nd, Hurricane Sandy started developing

Schroedinger’s Hat

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 85 on June 18th 2012

In this report called Schroedinger’s Hat, I interviewed Professor Ulf Leonhart from St. Andrews University about his latest collaborative work on a device that has been dubbed Schroedinger’s Hat.

Pythagoras Trousers – My first year as a reporter

This has been my first year working as a reporter for Pythagoras Tousers, a science show on Radio Cardiff. I’ve had a great time creating my monthly reports; finding an interesting subject, interviewing the relevant scientific experts, and editing the

GraphExeter

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 81 on May 21st 2012

This is an interview with Dr. Saverio Russo from Exeter University’s Centre for Graphene Science about his work on GraphExeter, a modified form of Graphene. Since 2010, when

Leap second

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 73 on March 26th 2012

This is an interview with Dr. Peter Whibberley from the National Physics Laboratory, and went out on March 26th 2012. Earlier on in the year the International Telecommunication

Alzheimers

This podcast originally appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 68 on February 20th 2012

In this report I interviewed Jessica Smith from the Alzheimers Society to take a closer look at the Whitehall II Study. The study looks at how the brain