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The Science Show on Cambridge 105

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The Science Show on Cambridge 105

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scientist 70: the biotechnologist – biosciences for Africa BFA (2014)

A Cambridge project seeks to improve farming practices in Africa by sharing advances in biotechnology. They’re called Biosciences for Farming in Africa (www.b4fa.org). Chris Creesemeets one of their foundersDr David Bennett. There’s a ‘demonstration... The post scientist 70: the biotechnologist – biosciences for Africa BFA (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 2
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scientist 70: the biotechnologist – biosciences for Africa BFA (2014)

scientist 69: the science author – Michael Freemantle says WW1 was the chemists war (2014)

The First World War, that began in 1914, put chemists to work. Their chemicals could harm as well as heal … but on balance the outcome was … horrific. As the author of two... The post scientist 69: the science author – Michael Freemantle says WW1 was the chemists war (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 NOV 11
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scientist 69: the science author – Michael Freemantle says WW1 was the chemists war (2014)

scientist 68: the crop scientist – Julian Little & products for farming (2014)

This podcast concerns the science of food crops. The growing world population leads to a demand to farm the land several times more effectively than we used to. But growing crops comes with risks.... The post scientist 68: the crop scientist – Julian Little & products for farming (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 15
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scientist 68: the crop scientist – Julian Little & products for farming (2014)

scientist 67: the guitarist – guitar types & quality (2014)

With many different types of guitars, we find out how much more is involved in the sound we get from various models, and whether or not this impacts on the price. Are we just... The post scientist 67: the guitarist – guitar types & quality (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 8
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scientist 67: the guitarist – guitar types & quality (2014)

scientist 66: the science journalist – report from the MRC LMB Cambridge (2014)

Dr Chris Creeseand Roger Frost tour the LMB-MRC open day exhibition and learn about body clocks and worms. Follow-up link Read more atMedical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biologywww.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk The post scientist 66: the science journalist – report from the MRC LMB Cambridge (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 7
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scientist 66: the science journalist – report from the MRC LMB Cambridge (2014)

scientist 65: the cytologist – Melina Schuh oocytes and reproduction (2014)

The topic is meiosis in mammalian oocytes, or how we make the eggs that make our babies. Molecular biology research happens at the Medical Research Council lab of Molecular Biology in Cambridge. The LMB... The post scientist 65: the cytologist – Melina Schuh oocytes and reproduction (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 6
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scientist 65: the cytologist – Melina Schuh oocytes and reproduction (2014)

scientist 64: the molecular biologist – Hugh Pelham at MRC LMB Cambridge (2014)

TheLaboratory of Molecular Biologyin Cambridge is credited for landmark discoveries and cutting-edge techniques. This podcast offers an overview of what the LMB do. On the occasion of theMedical Research Councilcentenary, and a visit by... The post scientist 64: the molecular biologist – Hugh Pelham at MRC LMB Cambridge (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 5
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scientist 64: the molecular biologist – Hugh Pelham at MRC LMB Cambridge (2014)

scientist 63: the molecular gastronomist – Peter Barham on gastronomy (2014)

We talk with Peter Barham, a professor of ‘Molecular Gastronomy’ about what his delicious subject entails. He wrote the book “The Science of Cooking”. His idea is that “a kitchen is like science laboratory”... The post scientist 63: the molecular gastronomist – Peter Barham on gastronomy (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 4
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scientist 63: the molecular gastronomist – Peter Barham on gastronomy (2014)

scientist 62: the science writer – big questions in popular science (2013)

The author of a riveting book called “The Big Questions in Science” explains how they researched How did life begin? Why do we dream? And when can I have a robot butler? Science writer... The post scientist 62: the science writer – big questions in popular science (2013) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 3
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scientist 62: the science writer – big questions in popular science (2013)

scientist 61: the grain business manager – Andrew Wingate wheat and flours (2014)

CAMGRAIN is a farmer-owned central storage co-operative, set up 20 years ago to provide facilities for storing, analysing, cleaning and distributing grain to the food industry such as those who mill, brew and make... The post scientist 61: the grain business manager – Andrew Wingate wheat and flours (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 1
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scientist 61: the grain business manager – Andrew Wingate wheat and flours (2014)
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Latest Episodes

scientist 70: the biotechnologist – biosciences for Africa BFA (2014)

A Cambridge project seeks to improve farming practices in Africa by sharing advances in biotechnology. They’re called Biosciences for Farming in Africa (www.b4fa.org). Chris Creesemeets one of their foundersDr David Bennett. There’s a ‘demonstration... The post scientist 70: the biotechnologist – biosciences for Africa BFA (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 2
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scientist 70: the biotechnologist – biosciences for Africa BFA (2014)

scientist 69: the science author – Michael Freemantle says WW1 was the chemists war (2014)

The First World War, that began in 1914, put chemists to work. Their chemicals could harm as well as heal … but on balance the outcome was … horrific. As the author of two... The post scientist 69: the science author – Michael Freemantle says WW1 was the chemists war (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 NOV 11
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scientist 69: the science author – Michael Freemantle says WW1 was the chemists war (2014)

scientist 68: the crop scientist – Julian Little & products for farming (2014)

This podcast concerns the science of food crops. The growing world population leads to a demand to farm the land several times more effectively than we used to. But growing crops comes with risks.... The post scientist 68: the crop scientist – Julian Little & products for farming (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 15
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scientist 68: the crop scientist – Julian Little & products for farming (2014)

scientist 67: the guitarist – guitar types & quality (2014)

With many different types of guitars, we find out how much more is involved in the sound we get from various models, and whether or not this impacts on the price. Are we just... The post scientist 67: the guitarist – guitar types & quality (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 8
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scientist 67: the guitarist – guitar types & quality (2014)

scientist 66: the science journalist – report from the MRC LMB Cambridge (2014)

Dr Chris Creeseand Roger Frost tour the LMB-MRC open day exhibition and learn about body clocks and worms. Follow-up link Read more atMedical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biologywww.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk The post scientist 66: the science journalist – report from the MRC LMB Cambridge (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 7
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scientist 66: the science journalist – report from the MRC LMB Cambridge (2014)

scientist 65: the cytologist – Melina Schuh oocytes and reproduction (2014)

The topic is meiosis in mammalian oocytes, or how we make the eggs that make our babies. Molecular biology research happens at the Medical Research Council lab of Molecular Biology in Cambridge. The LMB... The post scientist 65: the cytologist – Melina Schuh oocytes and reproduction (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 6
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scientist 65: the cytologist – Melina Schuh oocytes and reproduction (2014)

scientist 64: the molecular biologist – Hugh Pelham at MRC LMB Cambridge (2014)

TheLaboratory of Molecular Biologyin Cambridge is credited for landmark discoveries and cutting-edge techniques. This podcast offers an overview of what the LMB do. On the occasion of theMedical Research Councilcentenary, and a visit by... The post scientist 64: the molecular biologist – Hugh Pelham at MRC LMB Cambridge (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 5
Comments
scientist 64: the molecular biologist – Hugh Pelham at MRC LMB Cambridge (2014)

scientist 63: the molecular gastronomist – Peter Barham on gastronomy (2014)

We talk with Peter Barham, a professor of ‘Molecular Gastronomy’ about what his delicious subject entails. He wrote the book “The Science of Cooking”. His idea is that “a kitchen is like science laboratory”... The post scientist 63: the molecular gastronomist – Peter Barham on gastronomy (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 4
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scientist 63: the molecular gastronomist – Peter Barham on gastronomy (2014)

scientist 62: the science writer – big questions in popular science (2013)

The author of a riveting book called “The Big Questions in Science” explains how they researched How did life begin? Why do we dream? And when can I have a robot butler? Science writer... The post scientist 62: the science writer – big questions in popular science (2013) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 3
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scientist 62: the science writer – big questions in popular science (2013)

scientist 61: the grain business manager – Andrew Wingate wheat and flours (2014)

CAMGRAIN is a farmer-owned central storage co-operative, set up 20 years ago to provide facilities for storing, analysing, cleaning and distributing grain to the food industry such as those who mill, brew and make... The post scientist 61: the grain business manager – Andrew Wingate wheat and flours (2014) appeared first on Roger Frost's technology.

--2018 AUG 1
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scientist 61: the grain business manager – Andrew Wingate wheat and flours (2014)
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