Pennie Latin explores whether hydrogen could be the power source of the future. Read more
Pennie Latin explores whether hydrogen could be the power source of the future.
Professor Geoff Palmer
Pennie Latin talks to Geoff Palmer, the UK's first professor of brewing and distilling.
Rank and Hierarchy
Pennie Latin looks at the role of rank and hierarchy in society.
Memories are made of this
Pennie Latin explores how the brain makes and retrieves memories.
Pennie Latin explores whether there is more to a selfie than mere self-obsession.
The Anatomy of a Stroke
Pennie Latin explores what happens inside the brain during a stroke.
Professor Iain Stewart
Pennie Latin meets Iain Stewart, professor of geoscience communication.
Pennie Latin explores how gold is being recovered from unused smartphones.
Pennie Latin looks at how Scotland is trying to fight antimicrobial resistance.
The Northern Lights
Pennie Latin meets Dr Melanie Windridge to hear about the science of the Northern Lights.
Pennie Latin explores how sound reflects the evolving world we live in.
Professor Richard Morris
Pennie Latin talks to Prof Richard Morris about how the brain and memory create identity.
Pennie Latin looks at the race to return to the moon.
Pennie Latin explores the science of fracking.
Professor Vincent Janik
Pennie Latin explores dolphin communication with Professor Vincent Janik.
Professor Lorna Dawson
Pennie Latin meets forensic soil scientist Professor Lorna Dawson.
The Adolescent Brain
Pennie Latin examines how our brains evolve and develop as we go through adolescence.
Snow and Ice
Pennie Latin explores the science of snow and ice.
Child Tissue Donation
Pennie Latin talks to Sarah Gray about donating her child's tissue to scientific research.
The Scottish Wildcat
Pennie Latin explores efforts to save the endangered Scottish Wildcat.
Prof Sethu Vijayakumar
Pennie Latin meets Sethu Vijayakumar, Professor of Robotics at the University of Edinburgh
ME - The Invisible Disease
Brainwaves on ME - confusion, misunderstanding, misdirection, misdiagnosis and misery.
Dr Thomas Bak
Should we offer language classes on the NHS? Pennie Latin meets Dr Thomas Bak.
How to Stay Sharp
Pennie Latin meets Dr Alan Gow to find out how we can stay sharper for longer into life.
An Adventure in Skin
Pennie Latin delves through the layers the largest organ of the body, our skin.
Professor Tracey Wilkinson
Pennie Latin meets anatomist Professor Tracey Wilkinson.
Nuclear waste and the F word with Professor Polly Arnold
Pennie Latin meets Professor Polly Arnold, from the University of Edinburgh.
The Problem with Plastic
Pennie Latin explores what is the big problem with plastic.
Shhh...Pennie Latin goes in search of a silent antidote to the frenzy of festive noise!
Beyond the Bomb
Eighty years on, Brainwaves considers the scientific fallout of nuclear weapons.
Tales from the dark side with Professor Catherine Heymans
Professor Catherine Heymans on life exploring the dark side of the Universe.
A Monster of a Loch
Pennie Latin discovers why Scotland's monster loch is rich for scientific exploration.
Professor James Boardman
Professor James Boardman discusses his work into understanding premature births.
Love, Life and Algorithms
Pennie Latin decodes the latest weapon of mathematical domination - the algorithm.
Understanding climate change, with Professor Gabi Hegerl
Pennie Latin meets climate change scientist Professor Gabi Hegerl.
Pennie Latin explores how to better understand and resolve the conflict in our lives.
Forensic fire investigation with Professor Niamh Nic Daeid
Professor Niamh Nic Daeid shares a fascinating insight into forensic investigation.
Pennie Latin looks at our pain threshold and learns about techniques to increase it.
A forensic approach to street drugs
A startling insight into Scotland's drug problem with forensic chemist Dr Craig McKenzie.
Food for Thought
Join Pennie Latin round the kitchen table to discuss food innovation in Scotland.
With technology allowing us to upgrade ourselves, when does man become machine?
Edinburgh brain study comes of age
Exercise? Alcohol? Intelligence? How do you keep your brain sharp into old age?
Tim meets a Trowbridge woman who’s turning face painting into an online art.
Game On at the UKLC Summer Split
Back to the UKLC Summer Spilt to find out more about League of Legends and esports.
Information overload: Are we drowning in content?
Nihal Arthanayake hears how "infobesity" is affecting our brains and lives.
Has gig-working had its day?
California drafts a law that would give "gig-economy" workers employment benefits.
Can my migraines be cured?
What’s happening in my brain when I get a migraine? CrowdScience investigates