Naked Scientists on Super Bainite — Harry Bhadeshia Naked with Alan Bagg

Harry Bhadeshia and Alan Bagg appeared with the Naked Scientists (interviewed live on BBC Cambridgeshire) to talk about ‘Super Bainite’. and it’s potential applications for bearings A transcript of the interview can be read and the interview downloaded as an mp3. A seperate transcript is available for the part of the interview with Alan Bagg.

Later on in the program (around 45 mins–53 mins) there is an interview with Prof. Peter Brown about the use of Super Bainite as a armour. After which Harry and Alan field tweeted questions.

Photos of the BBC studio used for the interview can be seen on Harry Bhadeshia’s website.


Recent Podcasts

Recent Pt-podcasts.

Podcast: Texture Review

Podcast: Fine Grained

Podcast: Low Carbon Superbainite

Podcast: Silicon in cementite

Podcast: Modelling

Podcast: Synchrotron

Podcast: Residual Stress

If you have software for listening to podcasts you can point it at the RSS feed for the site or for categories Podcasts or pt-podcasts.

Hmm i’m not sure that is the best way to do things and Podcasts or pt-podcasts doesn’t produce RSS feeds.

Advice appreciated, otherwise I just have to host these feeds at and edit them manually, or write something to make the feeds for me :). I’m at a bit of a loss what people want, since I don’t use any software for listening to podcasts.

Making Podcasts

More podcasts this weekend…

Crystallographic texture and intervening transformations

Stress of Strain affected martensitic transformation

Quantitative Metallography of Deformed grains

Steels for Fusion

Tony Blair talks about the importance of scientists for the future of Britain

New scientist Editor Jeremy Webb has interviewed prime minister Tony Blair in a podcast. The prime minister talks about the importance of scientists to the future of the economy of Britain. He says scientists need to engage more with the public and with industry to exploit scientific ideas.

Tony Blair and George Bush

The interview discusses issues including links between academia and industry, ethics, stem cell research, MMR vaccine, animal testing, nuclear power, carbon dioxide emissions, genetically modified foods, creationism, and faith schools. Continue reading