Adam Walton serves up science and technology news and explores Welsh scientific research
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Adam Walton serves up another slice of Welsh science and technology.
Adam Walton explores psychology.
Adam Walton and guests discuss geoengineering Earth's atmosphere and climate.
Adam Walton finds out about events marking Chemistry Week.
Adam Walton discusses manned space flight and the importance of inspiring young minds.
Adam Walton discusses the difficulty of predicting the future of science and technology.
Adam Walton chats to professor Ernest Naylor about how lunar cycles affect life on Earth.
Adam Walton visits the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in Llanelli to meet Brian Briggs.
Adam Walton visits the Photonics Academy in Bangor.
Adam Walton visits the Migneint blanket bog in Snowdonia.
Adam Walton previews the Unknown Wales Conference to be held in Cardiff.
Adam Walton visits the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute in Cardiff.
Adam Walton goes moth-trapping as he previews National Moth Night 2015.
Adam Walton visits the site of a 300 million-year-old fossil forest at Brymbo near Wrexham
Adam Walton explores what message the world should be sending out to alien worlds.
Adam Walton goes cetacea-spotting off Anglesey's Lynas Point.
Adam Walton searches the Cambrian Mountains for a Bronze Age copper mine.
Adam Walton learns about the science of music at the National Eisteddfod in Meifod.
Adam Walton visits Llanelli Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre to meet ecologist Brian Briggs.
Adam Walton meets scientists investigating rumours of a jellyfish population explosion.
Adam Walton takes a closer look at grasses and discovers why they are so important.
Adam Walton explores Earth's past and future mass extinctions.
Adam Walton visits three archaeological digs, finding out how technology reveals the past.
Adam Walton explores Cardiff's new £44-million neuroimaging centre Cubric.
Exploring the work of mathematician John Forbes Nash, one of the developers of game theory
Adam Walton explores why earthquakes happen and how seismic data is recorded.
Adam Walton finds out about the Seacams project, which maps the sea floor around Wales.
Adam Walton discusses dark matter and bringing back the mammoth.
Adam Walton joins the fun at the Salter’s Festival of Chemistry