Category : science

science / science - 7 years ago

230: AoC Toolbox | Red Flags

So you've found someone new and you're love-struck? That's great! Watch out for these red flags that tend to signal crazy, high-maintenance (or worse) from a mile away. Which red flags do you see in yourself? A sobering look at people's tell-tale sig...

science / science - 7 years ago

228: AoC Alumni Spotlight: Daniel

Daniel, an AoC alum, went from homeless to successful entrepreneur and philanthropist. In this episode, we explore how he used his AoC skill set to grow, advance and overcome -every step of the way. You’ll also like: The Art of Charm Toolbox Best...

science / science - 7 years ago

Ancient Human Occupation of Britain

The ancient inhabitants of Britain; when did they get here? Who were they? And how do we know? Alice Roberts meets some of the AHOB team, who have been literally digging for answers. The Natural History Museum's Chris Stringer, is the Director of AH...

science / science - 7 years ago

225: AoC Toolbox | Relationship Foundations

When things go right an you’ve met someone who piques as much interest and curiosity in you as you have in them relationships bloom. AJ, Johnny and Justin go through the ins and outs of setting up boundaries, continuing being your charismatic self an...

science / science - 7 years ago

Horsemeat; NanoSims; Early bacteria; Crystallography

Food crime is now big business that criss crosses national boundaries, according to today's report into the safety and authenticity of our food. Public Analyst, Dr Duncan Campbell tells Dr Adam Rutherford that he and his colleagues are hampered by la...

science / science - 7 years ago

221: AoC Toolbox | Guide to First Dates

Now that you've met and garnered some interest from the opposite sex AJ, Johnny and Justin go through some tried & tested ideas and tips to help you out on those all-important first dates. This episode keeps it simple so you can enjoy your date r...

science / science - 7 years ago

Badger culls; Douglas Mawson; Plastics; Uptalk

Badger culls in England have ended and Professor Roland Kao from the University of Glasgow discusses with Dr Adam Rutherford the scientific options remaining to tackle the spread of bovine tuberculosis. Field trials of the TB cattle vaccine are due t...