Tag Archives: science
Team Garmin-Sharp’s Robby Ketchell explains the technology behind rider recovery at the Giro d’Italia.
Cycling’s science guru gives Humans Invent the inside track during the Giro d’Italia.
Michael Prior-Jones talks us through his career, from Antarctica, via Oxford, to the Seychelles. All, in the name of science.
Graeme Obree takes Humans Invent through the science behind his super-efficient breathing technique.
Do you have a great idea? #GetItDownOnPaper and you could win an internship at Sharp Labs.
We meet Mike Brownlow, a Sharp inventor who has dedicated his life to innovation.
The first 3D-printed human embryonic stem cells.
Mark Champkins kicks off his monthly column on finding inspiration at the museum.
Humans Invent looks at the positives of ‘unnatural’ meat production.
Humans Invent talks to the Astronomer Royal about extraterrestial life and the Big Bang.
Humans Invent meets Professor Maurizio Seracini to discuss his search for Da Vinci’s lost painting.
Humans Invent meets the man capturing spacetime in photography
Meet the mathematician who can test for Parkinson’s by remote voice recordings
Humans Invent talks to Ceri Brenner about a new technology that could transform the way we generate energy.
Humans Invent talks to Acorn BBC Micro designer Steve Furber on his latest project.
Humans Invent explores an institution that has been home to some of the most important scientific discoveries.
Humans Invent finds out how we can imitate animals that can change colour by using artificial cells.
Bacteria could be the answer in making the high-speed computers of the future.
Optogenetic pioneer Gero Meisenboek tells Humans Invent how this new field is shedding light on how the brain functions.
Behind the scenes of how sport meets science to achieve the best results – enter the world of cycling and lab testing.