Raytheon Technologies, High-Payoff/High-Risk R&D

Bradford Tousley, VP of Raytheon ACT talks about the history of Raytheon and some of the new military tech developed for the USA DoD.

Mosaic Warfare, Bullaki Science Podcast with Timothy Grayson

Dr Timothy Grayson illustrates DARPA’s concept of Mosaic Warfare, in which individual warfighting platforms are placed together to make a larger picture.

Interview Series with Nobel Laureate Richard Henderson

Richard Henderson introduces structural biology and electron cryo-microscopy, and talks about the successful journey of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology.

Quantum Biology, with Jim Al-Khalili

Prof. Jim-Al-Khalili the history of quantum biology and discusses quantum effects in magnetoreception, olfaction, enzyme catalysis, and photosynthesis.

Discovery of First Exoplanet Orbiting a Solar-Type Star

Nobel Prize Laureate Didier Queloz talks about the impact of his 1995 discovery on the theory of planetary systems formation.

Terahertz Time Domain Spectroscopy

In this work we illustate principles and technical aspects of a typical THz TDS setup, including the demonstration of a Co/Pt thin film calibrant measurements.

The Ribosome Structure, Nobel Laureate Venki Ramakrishnan

Nobel Laureate Venki Ramakrishnan reviews part of his work on the structural resolution of the ribosome.

Back Contact Perovskite Solar Cells with Prof Sir Richard Friend (University of Cambridge)

A discussion on the opto-electrical properties of perovskite materials and a detailed fabrication protocol for IBC perovskite solar cells.

Perovskite LEDs, with Prof. Richard Friend

In the 1990s Prof. Richard Friend pioneered polymer-based FET and LED R&D, which contributed to the commercialisation of OLED displays.

Perovskite on Silicon, with Henry Snaith (2018)

In this 2018 interview, Prof. Henry Snaith, co-founder of Oxford PV, discusses the present status and future prospects of perovskite PV.