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Moon Exploration, Bullaki Science Podcast, P. Christopher

Dr Peter J Christopher talks about the future of moon exploration by new mini rovers that could be deployed as a swarm and holographic 3D printing.

Sascha Quanz, Launch of the LCLU

Sascha Quanz, Launch of the Leverhulme Centre for Life in the Universe

Exotheology, Bullaki Science Podcast With Andrew Davison

In this Bullaki Science Podcast, Andrew Davison explores the intersections between astrobiology and theology (exotheology).

Exozoology, Bullaki Science Podcast With Arik Kershenbaum

In this Bullaki Science Podcast, Dr Arik Kershenbaum talks about animal intelligence and communication, and potential xenolanguages (alien languages).

Earth's Earliest Animals, Bullaki Science Podcast With Emily Mitchell

In this Bullaki Science Podcast, Emily Mitchell gives an overview of the first animal communities dating back to the Ediacaran period.

Mars Perseverance, Bullaki Science Podcast with N. Tosca

Prof. Nicholas Tosca talks about the PIXL instrument on the Perseverance Rover and origin of life on Earth and elsewhere.

Didier Queloz Introduces Life in the Universe Project

Nobel Laureate Didier Queloz Introduces the Cambridge Initiative for Planetary Science and Life in the Universe.

Launch of the Cambridge Initiative for Planetary Science and Life in the Universe

Launch of the Cambridge Initiative for Planetary Science and Life in the Universe, a panel discussion with Origin of Life researchers.

Leverhulme Grant Proposal

Three illustrations for Leverhulme Centre for Life in The Universe £10M Grant Proposal.

On the Future, Bullaki Science Podcast With Martin Rees

Professor Lord Martin Rees talks about his latest book “On the Future”, covering topics related to a variety of existential risks.

Life on Venus? Bullaki Science Podcast with Paul Rimmer

Paul Rimmer discusses the details of their publication ‘Phosphine gas in the cloud decks of Venus’.

Why Spacex Starlink Is Bad for Astronomy

2019 Physics Nobel laureate Prof. Didier Queloz talks about how astronomy is being affected and will be affected by the satellite business.

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.

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.