Is it scary speaking on the christmas lectures???
Do animals hear the same sounds as us?
Can the entire exposure of our lives through social networks have some serious impact in our future?
What if 10 mosquitoes fly at the same time? will there be a pattern.
what fluid is in the cochlea which helps you hear
would the tms( the machine used in the lectures ) work on animals?
If you crossed the genes of a parrot, a dog and a chimp would you get an animal that could speak with us?
Can cuttlefish communicate by changing colour?
Do think that animals will ever be able to fully understand and possibly even speak the human language?
when you are speaking normally yourself, do you ever think about your research and what is going on currently in your
could we have used our voices for more than speaking once?
Begun by Michael Faraday in 1825, the CHRISTMAS LECTURES are now broadcast on UK television every December and have formed part of the British Christmas tradition for generations.
The I’m a Scientist team are working with the Royal Institution to extend the CHRISTMAS LECTURES discussion; giving school students and the public the opportunity to ask questions inspired by the lectures to scientists and engineers online.