Buzz Aldrin takes viewers on a 360 tour of the Martian surface!
Date Posted: 21st March 2017
Philip Haines is Head of Telecom Business Development at the European Space Agency Philip is responsible for the development of ESA’s satellite projects and the use of innovative technology which …
Date Posted: 13th March 2017
Alan Brunstrom is Liaison Officer at the European Space Agency.Alan describes his job as being to ‘bring space down to Earth’. In addition to working for ESA he is also …
Date Posted: 10th March 2017
Noted physicist, Stephen Hawking will today (6th March 2017) receive the Honorary Freedom of the City of London.
Date Posted: 6th March 2017
A short tribute to the late Bill Paxton
Date Posted: 27th February 2017
We interviewed him as a STEM inspiration here and now Professor Tony Belpaeme, Professor in Intelligent and Autonomous Control Systems at Plymouth University will join the Nobel Prize dialogue in Tokyo …
Date Posted: 24th February 2017
We’re only two major Hollywood awards ceremonies into awards season and there’s a buzz about the biopic Hidden Figures …
Date Posted: 2nd February 2017
A short tribute to the great John Hurt.
Date Posted: 1st February 2017
Discover more about our planet with the Earth from Space video programme.
Earth from Space is presented by Kelsea Brennan-Wessels from the ESA Web-TV virtual studios.
Date Posted: 25th January 2017
Once upon a time … the amazing adventures of Rosetta and Philae!
Date Posted: 17th January 2017
Dr Mike McCulloch, lecturer in Geomatics at Plymouth University whom we interviewed here, recently featured on international radio to explain an engine that defies all know laws of physics.
Known as …
Date Posted: 12th January 2017
In The Invisible Man, the character Wells created in Griffin, swathed in his bandages, is now a SciFi icon …
Heir to a mining fortune, David Innes enlists his inventor friend Abner Perry in an experiment and together they accidentally drill down to the earth’s core in his “Iron Mole”…
A terrifying vision of scientific progress without moral limits, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein leads the reader on an unsettling journey from the sublime beauty of the Swiss alps to the desolate waste of the arctic circle.