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.
Origins of Life
Origins of Life (Documentary Sizzle Reel).
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.
The 4th Wave of Electronic Dev with Mark Rosker DARPA
Dr Mark Rosker discusses innovation strategies led by the DARPA’s MTO office, including the Electronic Resurgence Initiative.
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.
Bullaki Science Podcast With Sabine Hossenfelder
Sabine Hossenfelder, author of ‘Lost in Math How Beauty Leads Physics Astray’, explores the concept of elegance in fundamental physics and cosmology.
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.
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.
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.
Future Warfare and Swarm Drones, Bullaki Science Podcast With David Hambling
David Hambling taks about the state of the art of military drones, distributed approaches in warfare, and future warfare.
Nonscience, Bullaki Science Podcast with Brian J. Ford
In this Bullaki Science Podcast Dr Samuele Lilliu interviews author and entertainer Brian Ford on his new version of the 1971 book Nonscience.
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’.
Bullaki Science Podcast With Michael Shermer
Michael Shermer discusses the Pentagon UFO videos, ancient civilizations, water memory, homeopathy, quantum quackery and mysticism.
How to Improve your Podcast, Bullaki Science Podcast with Curtis Judd
Audio expert Curtis Judd and Dr Samuele Lilliu talk about solutions for improving audio and video quality of your guest in a remote video podcast.
Mind–Matter, Bullaki Science Podcast with Brian Josephson
Nobel Laureate Prof. Brian Josephson talks about the Josephson Effect, transcendental meditation, the Mind–Matter Unification Project and unorthodox research.
"A Book Too Risky to Publish", Bullaki Science Podcast with James Flynn
Notable intelligence researcher Prof. James Flynn talks about “cancel culture” in academia and his lastest book “A Book Too Risky To Publish”.
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.
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.
Pre Oil Society and Economy of the UAE with Prof Al Naboodah
A talk by Prof. Hassan al-Naboodah at the launch event of the Cambridge University Emirati Society, on pre-oil society in the UAE.
Who are the Emiratis? by Dr Timothy Power
A talk by Dr Timothy Power at the launch event of the Cambridge University Emirati Society on the 28th of November 2019.
History of the UAE
A talk by Peter Hellyer on the History of the UAE, launch event of the Cambridge University Emirati Society, 28th of November 2019.
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.
Custom Ducati Multistrada 620 Dark, Giara (Sardinia)
Customising and riding a Ducati Multistrada 620 dark in the rugged terrain of the Giara platau (Sardinia)
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.
Motorcycle Rally Barumini 2018
Motorcycle Rally Barumini 2018 Promo
3D Drone Mapping of a Nuragic Archaeological Site in Sardinia
Overview and tutorial of 3D done mapping techniques for archaeological surveys including a short documentary on the Nuraghe s’Uraxi (Lasplassas, Sardinia).
How to Remove Fringing from Videos
Two workflows in Davinci Resolve and Lightroom for removing chromatic aberration or fringing from your videos.
Xmas Beamline 20th anniversary, ESRF Synchrotron
In September 2017 some 60 participants gathered together at the the European Synchrotron to celebrate 20 years of operation of the XMaS beamline.
The Nuraghi of Barumini
Nuraghi are ancient stone structures built during the Bronze age by the Nuragic civilization and are widely scattered throughout Sardinia.