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 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
Adam Walton learns more about medicinal maggots.
Adam Walton hears about Blodwen, the Neolithic skeleton found in Llandudno's Little Orme.
Adam Walton chats to Jonathan Shanklin about the discovery of the hole in the ozone layer.
Adam Walton explores the science of addiction and self-control.
Adam Walton visits a research laboratory developing new materials for future aircraft.
Adam Walton marks 'Internet of Things' day, with a guide to the interconnected future.
Adam Walton meets botanist John Warren to discuss his new book about the plants we eat.
Adam Walton visits Glyndwr University's innovative optoelectronics centre.
Adam Walton discusses astronomy and the scientists tracking the recent solar eclipse.
Adam Walton previews the Hidden Worlds exhibition, part of the Bangor Science Festival.
Adam Walton visits Newport to hear about creative use of technology in sound and music.
Adam Walton finds out about the upgraded Large Hadron Collider.
Adam Walton talks to 94-year-old Bill Williams about his remarkable career in chemistry.
Adam Walton hears how new technology is being used to reinterpret history and heritage.
Adam Walton explores epidemiology, examining Ebola, HIV/Aids and historical epidemics.
Alan Daulby explores the world of ice, from the Antarctic to microscopic life in sea ice.
Adam Walton meets Nobel Prize-winning geneticist Sir Paul Nurse.
Adam Walton explores the rise of computer coding.
Adam Walton marks the start of the International Year of Light.
Adam Walton presents highlights from the programme in 2014.