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New Scientist
The Big Interview
Hear the stories of influential people who've made their mark in the worlds of science and culture. Through in-depth conversations with notable figures, explore everything from climate change, to philosophy, space and biology. Produced by Right Angles.
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Mitul Mehta is professor of neuroimaging and psychopharmacology at King’s College London. New Scientist reporter Clare Wilson talked to Mehta about how brain scanners offer an unrivalled chance to open a window onto brain conditions and mental health...
Published 06/17/20
Venki Ramakrishnan is president of the UK’s Royal Society and he won the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for helping to unravel the secrets of ribosomes. The ribosome is the most important molecule you’ve never heard of - it’s the factory in our cells...
Published 05/25/20
Philip Pullman had been writing books for years before he became a global sensation with the His Dark Materials trilogy. The story of two children crossing into parallel worlds in a quest to understand the nature of reality and humanity, the novels draw...
Published 05/11/20
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