Adam Walton serves up science and technology news and explores Welsh scientific research
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Programmes to stimulate and educate.
Exploring science and technology stories and the latest in Welsh scientific research.
Adam visits Treborth Botanic Garden, Bangor, to explore its research and conservation work
Adam Walton talks to astrophysicist Bernard Schutz about his work on gravitational waves
The Welsh coasts may be a stronghold for the rare angel shark. Adam Walton finds out more.
Adam Walton and guests preview the forthcoming Cardiff Science Festival.
Adam Walton encounters the wearable technology that's transforming healthcare.
What archived seal teeth can tell us about evolving Arctic foodwebs
Adam Walton reports on computer software that can detect lies and read ancient scrolls.
Plastic pollution and efforts by Welsh scientists to tackle the problem.
Adam Walton and guests mark the 150th anniversary of the periodic table of the elements.
Adam and a team of professional futurists examine possible technology advances for 2019
Adam talks to scientists who have studied laughter and 'happy brain' behaviour.
Focussing on the inspiring women in space exploration and research from the 1950s onwards.
Adam Walton finds out about the biggest brain research project ever held in Wales.
Adam Walton hears about the latest research into the effects of high altitude on the body.
Adam Walton in conversation with Australian based Welsh astrophysicist Geraint Lewis.
Adam Walton and guests discuss the latest developments in artificial intelligence.
Adam Walton meets award-winning wetlands scientist Prof. Chris Freeman
Adam Walton investigates reports of a rise in the number of jellyfish off Welsh coasts
Adam Walton previews science and innovation in Einstein's Garden at the Green Man festival
Adam Walton meets Dr. Hefin Jones who's being honoured at this year's National Eisteddfod.
Adam Walton explores the remarkable life of the starfish.
Adam Walton previews some of the science events at this year's Hay Festival.
Adam talks to scientists in Wales studying the impact of climate change on our oceans.
Adam learns about a building project in Swansea where women are filling many of the jobs.
Adam Walton talks to experts about bird behaviour and how they adapt to change.
Adam Walton visits Aberystwyth University to discover more about the role of parasites.