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Adam Walton serves up science and technology news and explores Welsh scientific research
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Adam Walton discuss the latest research into robotics.
Adam Walton talks to leading heart surgeon Professor Stephen Westaby.
Adam Walton visits Aberystwyth University to preview their Jurassic Heritage exhibition.
Adam Walton discusses the life and legacy of the engineer Thomas Telford.
Adam Walton explores research that helps to understand changes to the world's climate.
Science education and the Welsh government's new network of excellence.
Adam Walton explores broadband coverage and the expansion of the mobile network.
Adam Walton and guests explore the technology that will be making the headlines in 2017.
Adam Walton and John Rutledge explore the science behind Roald Dahl's children's stories.
Adam Walton looks back at the top science stories of the year.
Adam Walton discusses projects in Wales that hope to inspire 'citizen scientists'.
Adam Walton and guests review their favourite science books and seek out stocking fillers
Adam hears from Cardiff students taking part in the Da Vinci Innovation & Impact awards.
Adam Walton explores the latest developments in virtual reality.
Adam Walton hears about remarkable research by scientists in Bangor into migrating birds.
Adam Walton visits Cardiff to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the Techniquest centre.
Adam Walton meets Cynthia Burek, the world's first professor of geoconservation.
Adam Walton talks to scientists in Wales working on space-related projects.
Adam Walton finds out about the important role of seagrass in the world's oceans.
Adam Walton discusses the life and work of the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle.
Adam Walton meets biochemist Professor Deri Tomos from Bangor University.
Adam Walton previews the Unknown Wales conference at Cardiff's National Museum.
Adam Walton explores the science of polymers, which are used in the new five-pound note.
Adam Walton and John Rutledge explore the science behind Roald Dahl's stories for children
Adam Walton is live from the annual public showcase for science, engineering & technology
Adam Walton visits the School of Ocean Sciences at Bangor University.
Adam Walton visits the Structural Stress Lab at Cardiff University School of Engineering.
Another chance to hear Adam Walton in conversation with AJS 'Bill' Williams.
Adam Walton joins the Conwy Stem Quest activities at Llandudno Junction.