Tag Archives: Nicola Terry

Scientists at work 20 The water company – supplying a city with water

Stephen Kay of the Cambridge Water Company talks to Nicola Terry on how the city is supplied with water. We learn about our underground source of water and an intriguing range of pipes. We also hear about a lovely ‘Dry Garden’, containing … Continue reading

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Scientists at work 18 The data logger company – agriculture

Roger Frost meets Tony Peloe from Cambridge firm, Delta-T, who supply plant and environment monitoring equipment to plant growers and researchers. Follow-up link: Delta-T www.delta-t.co.uk Tagged biology, Nicola Terry, physics, technology, datalogger, data logging, pyranometer, soil humidity, Delta-T, Roger Frost 19/02/12  

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Scientists at work 16 The chocolatier – making chocolate

Chocolatier Cheryl Brighty of Artistry in Cocoa, tells Nicola Terry how chocolate is made from a cocoa pod. Follow-up link: Artistry in cocoa www.artistryincocoa.co.uk Tagged biology, making, chocolate, cocoa, chemistry,artistryincocoa, Nicola Terry Roger Frost 19/05/2012

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Scientists at work 14 The home insulation advisor – heat loss from houses

Nicola Terry hitches a ride on the Heatseekers vehicle in Cambridge as speaks with Dawn Morley.  Dawn explains how their infra red camera is able to see where a house loses its heat. They take their infra red camera on … Continue reading

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Scientists at work 12 The materials scientist – properties of materials

Stuart Dye from Granta Design in Cambridge explains how the company help engineers choose materials to make a product. Tagged engineering, chemistry, materials, choosing, physics, Granta Design, Cambridge, Nicola Terry, Stuart Dye 22/01/2012

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Scientists at work 11 The building scientist – home energy use

Science Show reporter Nicola Terry asked a local environmental scientist Dr Ray Galvin to tell us about houses and heat loss. He offers a scientific look at ways to reduce our use of energy in the home. He also suggests … Continue reading

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Reducing heat loss from houses -105science

A scientific look at ways to reduce our use of energy in the home while still staying warm! We’ll meet a building scientist and ask how does a house lose heat? On the same theme, we take an infra red … Continue reading

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Making chocolate + Jargon and words in science – 105science

Chocolatier Cheryl Brighty of Artistry in Cocoa, tells Nicola Terry how chocolate is made from a cocoa pod. Cambridge science teacher Dr William Hirst talks to Roger Frost explaining that learning the language of science can improve children’s success at school. Dr … Continue reading

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Mobile phone signals + Olive oil and the Mediterranean diet – 105science

Chris Cox from the Cambourne-based, ‘IP access’ explains to Roger Frost how phones talk to radio masts; how signals decrease inside buildings and how femtocells (aka ‘small cells’) can improve signals in places and buildings with a weak signal. (With thanks to … Continue reading

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Cambridge Water Company + Finding a place at Oxbridge – 105science

Stephen Kay of the Cambridge Water Company talks to Nicola Terry on how the city is kept supplied with water. We learn about our underground source of water and an intriguing range of pipes. We also hear about a lovely ‘Dry Garden’, … Continue reading

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IUCN conservation + Plants and drought – 105science

IUCN is the world’s oldest and largest environmental organisation and has a base in Cambridge. Nicola Terry hears from with the IUCN’s Rebecca Miller about her work at the ‘International Union for Conservation of Nature’ in Huntingdon Road. With water shortages … Continue reading

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Heat seekers infra red camera + Antarctic hydrothermal vents – 105science

Heat Seekers’ Dawn Morley explains how their infra red camera in a van is able to ‘see’ where a house loses its heat. Staff trainer Dawn spoke to Nicola Terry.  Roger Frost visits the British Antarctic Survey HQ at Madingley to … Continue reading

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Dataloggers for agriculture + Art of Science game – 105science

“The Art of Science” is a unique science quiz game and we ask quiz  expert, Nigel Oakely what it’s like to play. Read more at www.academicboardgames.com. Roger Frost meets Tony Peloe from Cambridge firm, Delta-T, who supply plant and environment monitoring equipment … Continue reading

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A building scientist’s home + Infra red and the Mona Lisa – 105science

Building scientist David Crowther explains how a heat pump, underfloor heating and good insulation keep his Cambridge house warm. He was talking to the Science Show’s Nicola Terry. And with news of the discovery of ‘another’ Mona Lisa, Roger Frost talks … Continue reading

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How houses lose heat + Scientists who help the choice of materials – 105science

Dr Ray Galvin talks about ways that our houses lose heat. He suggests that we might look at dehumidifiers and heat pumps to reduce our energy  bill. Stuart Dye from Granta Design explains how they help engineers  choose materials to … Continue reading

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