PODCAST: How do I win Fantasy Football?
Join us as we chat to none other than the Fantasy Premier League 2019/20 WINNER Dr Joshua Bull! How did he beat over 7 million other players to become the champion? Could it be his mathematical way of thinking? Listen now...
VIDEO: Who's that American in the woods?
Dr Hayley Tumas is taking a walk in the English countryside, but she's not the only American in the woods! Let her introduce you to her friend and compatriot - the Douglas fir!
ANIMATION: Seabird monitoring - witnesses in the wild
Penguins and other seabirds are under threat. But how can you successfully monitor their populations when they live in hard-to-reach places, such as Antarctica? Watch the animation, and find out how YOU can get involved in this research!
PODCAST: How is technology being used to track Black Lives Matter protestors?
Ever feel like you're being watched? We chat to cyber security researcher Anjuli Shere all about surveillance...
VIDEO: What's the secret behind Autumn colours?
Walking through crisp, crunchy leaves is one of the joys of Autumn. But what's the secret behind those beautiful Autumn colours, and why do leaves fall from the trees at this time of year? Morgan Wade is here to tell us in this episode of LOCKDOWN WALKS.
ANIMATION: Understanding COVID-19 transmission, informing control
Tackling a previously unseen pathogen - like the one that causes COVID-19 - is like piecing together a puzzle. So how do scientists go about solving the puzzle, and why are data analysis and modelling so important?
PODCAST: Can celebrities save the pangolin?
Celebrities can have a lot of influence...for example on what we wear or what we eat...But what about when it comes to wildlife conservation? How much sway do celebrities have when it comes to protecting endangered species? Find out with Alegria Olmedo.
VIDEO: What's that solar panel doing?
Ever walked past a rooftop covered in solar panels and wondered exactly what it is they're doing? Join us on this LOCKDOWN WALK. where Dr Sebastian Bonilla tells us all about how they could save the planet!
ANIMATION: Coping with voices: Being with people
Our hope is that this animation inspires more conversations about hearing voices, because nobody should be hearing nasty voices alone.
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