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Philip Ball tells the story of Alexis Carrel, the French surgeon who worked to preserve life outside the body and create an immortal chicken heart in a dish. His quest was to renew ageing flesh, repair and rebuild our bodies and keep them healthy far... more
Philip Ball's story is of Ibn al-Haytham, the first scientist, and his book of optics that defined how we see.
Naomi Alderman's Science Story reveals how Lady Mary Wortley Montagu experimented on her own child in a quest to prove that smallpox inoculation works. Born in 1689 in a position of some power and influence, Lady Mary travelled to Constantinople as t... more
Fascinating and well told
The stories are very interesting and informative, some are quite an eye opener. Both presenters are very good.
Remember when science used to be part of the discovery of the world? It was keenly related to exactly what Everyone knee about real life, and the key experimenters were so obviously real people, pursuing questions that everyone had? Remember when science was engaging, and when it made us feel more enlightened about the past and more hopeful about the future? The BBC has done it again! “Science Stories” are a lovely antidote to a million sci-fi fantasies about science as the Doomsday machine ... more
The episodes presented by Philip Ball are excellent. Easy to listen to, engaging and informative. more
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Science Stories published 16 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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