Research Matters radio show
Latest show: BCB (106.6FM and online)
Research Matters is a Bradford Community Broadcasting programme highlighting research based in and important to Bradford, and the people who are doing it. The programme is hosted by Professor Marcus Rattray, University of Bradford with a new programme every four weeks.
This programme focusses on food, diet and personalised nutrition, featuring Barbara Stewart-Knox, Professor of Psychology at the University of Bradford. Barbara talks about her research career and involvement in some major studies which help us understand why we choose to eat the foods that we do. And, how our habits and preferences can be harnessed if we want to change our diet or lose weight.
Gisela Helfer, Associate Professor in Physiology and Metabolism at the University of Bradford answers the question of whether we eat more in winter.
Helen Horsman from Research and Innovation services at University of Bradford gives a roundup of university news around research activities.
To provide feedback or ideas for future programmes contact Marcus Rattray via Twitter @MarcusRattray
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- Hypersonic missiles are fuelling fears of a new superpower arms race, Christoph Bluth, Professor of International Relations and Security
The Beatles: Get Back and the magic of seeing chords become anthems, Mark Goodall, Senior Lecturer Film and Media
Using a smartphone on the move: do visual constraints explain why we slow walking speed?, John Buckley, Reader in Biomedical and Electronics Engineering
- Thursday 27 January, 6.30-8pm - Cafe Scientifique - Both at the museum and online. Caught on Camera: Reflections on William Hope and the Crewe Circle Spirit Photographs with Dr Efram Sera-Shriar from Durham University.
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- To provide feedback or ideas for future programmes contact Marcus Rattray via twitter @MarcusRattray