This week on Dear Science, the Tuesday Wire team are joined by Davide Mercadante in studio to talk training snails, computers that can run on light, and protein movement. All very exciting and all right here on Dear Science!
This week on Dear Science Davide Mercadante joins the Tuesday Wire team to talk about proteins repairing chromosomes, linguistics in diverse areas and isolated areas and whether this makes the language more simple, as well as an exciting new enzyme discovery where jet fuel may have just become a little more sustainable.
This week on Dear Science, Rosetta and Lou were joined in the studio by Allan Blackman to talk about the math behind how many lotto tickets you need to buy to win, Leslie John Comrie, and whether it's possible to fry in space.
This week on Dear Science, Milly and Rosetta are joined by Allan Blackman in studio to discuss some super-duper superconductor findings, a frozen worm causign quite a buzz and why being less sure is becoming less common in scientific publishings.
This week on Dear Science, Davide joins the Tuesday Wire team to discuss the antibacterial properties of a cicada's wings, how plants sense touch (without even a nervous system!), and why we might be a little more attracted to people who look like us... all this and more on Dear Science!
This week on Dear Science Allan joins Rosetta and Milly in studio to talk the blockbuster Oppenheimer, as well as the World Health Organisation's recent announcement surrounding aspartame, and a novel way to store hydrogen.