Dara O Briain's Science Club

Dara O Briain's Science Club

Experts and a lively audience join Dara O Briain to tackle the biggest concepts in science and discover the great ideas that are changing the world we live in.

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Guest experts

Guest experts

Joining the team in the studio for Episode 6 are Ian Henderson, a professor of microbial biology, and Molly Stevens, a professor of biomedical materials.

Big Data, bigger Universe

Big Data, bigger Universe

Zoom to where you sit in the scale of all things, plus global snapshots of the Big Data revolution.

Freeze me for the future

Freeze me for the future

Could cryonics be a genuine way of being brought back to life, years into the future, or will it forever be science fiction rather than science fact?

Camera 'sees' around corners

Camera 'sees' around corners

Alok meets Professor Ramesh Raskar, who’s super-fast camera can film light itself and even 'see' around corners.

Download wallpapers

Download wallpapers

Use these brilliant wallpapers to add a little science to your desktop. They're taken from our 'Story of...' animations from Series 1 - why not collect all twelve?

Replay web chats

Replay web chats

What would happen if pandas die out? Find out as five experts, including palaeontologist Dr Jan Zalasiewicz, answer your science questions. The chats accompanied Series 1.

Why does a magnetised needle face north?

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Mark demonstrates how to magnetise a needle in order to create your own working compass.

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