Bradford - Brave New World Sept. 26, 2022
In a special edition of the show, in front of an audience at the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford, Adam Rutherford and guests focus on scientific curiosity – its thrills and its dangers. Professor Matthew Cobb looks back over the last fifty years at the extraordinary development in gene editing. In his book The Genetic Age: Our Perilous Quest to Edit Life he traces the excitement of innovation and progress. But as the full potential of manipulating life is understood, he sounds a warning too. The science historian Professor Alison Bashford tells the history of modern science and …
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NoViolet Bulawayo on Glory April 18, 2022
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Love poetry; love books April 11, 2022
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Welsh identities March 21, 2022
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