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 talks to the Cardiff University team asking if bees have regional accents.
Adam Walton finds out how the science of a particular time can influence fiction writers.
Adam Walton celebrates National Meadows week with Plantlife's Trevor Dines.
Adam visits Cardiff University's School of Chemistry.
Adam Walton explores the subject of slugs, bugs and worms.
Adam Walton and guests discuss the latest developments in robotics.
Adam learns about coral bleaching at the School of Ocean Sciences at Bangor University.
Author Christopher Lloyd discusses his collaboration with percussionist Evelyn Glennie.
The students of Glyndwr University take over as editors for Mental Health Week.
Adam Walton looks at the work of the National Centre for Mental Health in Cardiff.
Adam Walton celebrates the forthcoming Transit of Mercury.
Adam Walton visits one of the most advanced scientific facilities in the world.
Scientists and politicians reveal their wishlists for Welsh science and technology.
Adam Walton hears how inspiring potential space scientists can find talking to astronauts.
Adam Walton meets scientists who are exploring the effects of sound on animal species.
Adam Walton takes a look at the anniversary of the discovery of plutonium.
Adam meets the Cardiff University team researching what motivates people to exercise
Adam Walton meets artists and scientists at the Moving Minds exhibition in Wrexham.
Adam Walton visits the Bangor Science Festival.
Adam Walton takes an in-depth look at a book listing the world's top ten physicists.
Adam Walton hears from the team behind the FameLab science communication competition.
Adam Walton talks to astrophysicists about the recent detection of gravitational waves.
Adam Walton explores a collaboration between a literary scholar and a computer scientist.
Adam Walton talks to Aberystwyth glaciologist Bryn Hubbard.
Adam Walton finds out about anti-matter - the opposite of regular matter.
Adam Walton chats to Welsh neuroscientist and comedian Dean Burnett.
Adam Walton explores recent research into DNA.