PHYSICAL SCIENCES

 

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Haroon Ahmed - Emeritus Professor of Microelectronics, Cambridge University; previously Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 8th December 2009

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Jean Bacon - Professor of Distributed Systems at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 16th September 2008

Cambridge University

Dan Brown - Lecturer in Organic Chemistry (retired); latterly Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 10th January 2008

John Coates - Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 25th February 2008

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Richard Friend - Cavendish Professor of Physics, Cambridge University; co-founder of Cambridge Display Technology and Plastic Logic

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 21st May 2008

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David Hartley - Computer scientist, Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge and an Honorary Member of the Computer Laboratory

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 2nd May 2017

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Herman Hauser - Entrepreneur; founder of the Cambridge Network

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 3rd September 2008

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Antony Hewish - Former Professor of Radio Astronomy, Cambridge University; 1974 Nobel Prize for Physics

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 26th March 2008

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Andy Hopper - Professor of Computer Technology and Head of the Computer Laboratory, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 22nd May 2008

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Julan Hunt - Emeritus Professor of Climate Modelling and Honorary Professor of Mathematics, University College, London University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 1st May and 3rd June 2009

Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling

Herbert Huppert - Professor of Theoretical Geophysics and Director of the Institute of Theoretical Geophysics, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 25th May 2009

Cambridge Environmental Initiatives

David King - Director of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at the University of Oxford

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 27th November 2009

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Wei-Yao Liang - Professor Emeritus of Superconductivity, formerly President of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge

first interviewed by Zilan Wang in 2013 and the second interview by Alan Macfarlane 10th June 2015

Dan McKenzie - Professor of Geophysics, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 11th May 2007

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Ken Moody - Reader in Distributed Information Management, Computer Laboratory, Cambridge University (Retired)

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 17th August 2008

Cambridge University

Brian Pippard - Cavendish Professor of Physics, Cambridge University (deceased)

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 31st March 2008

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John Polkinghorne - Previously Professor of Mathematical Physics and President of Queens' College, Cambridge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 4th and 10th November 2008

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Martin Rees - Master of Trinity College, Cambridge; President of the Royal Society; Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics, Cambridge University

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 22nd August 2007

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Keith van Rijsbergen - Professor, and leader of the Information Retrieval Group, in the Department of Computing Science at the University of Glasgow

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 15th July 2009

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Edwin Salpeter - Previously the James Gilbert White Distinguished Professor of the Physical Sciences, Cornell University (deceased)

interviewed by Mark Turin 12th November 2008

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Jeremy Sanders - Head of the School of Physical Sciences, University of Cambridge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 22nd September 2009

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Ben Shneiderman - Professor for Computer Science at the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory at the University of Maryland

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 7th August 2009

University of Maryland

John Simpson - Mathematician, teacher, researcher - this short film is about his experiences in China with the Friend Ambulance Unit during the Second World War (deceased)

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 29th April 2004

Alvy Ray Smith - Computer scientist, co-founder of the animation studio Pixar

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 20th June 2017

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Peter Swinnerton-Dyer - Previously Master of St Catharine's College and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge; mathematician

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 12th May 2008

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John Meurig Thomas - Honorary Professor of Materials Science at the University of Cambridge; Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at the Davy Faraday Research Laboratory of the Royal Institution; Previously Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge

interviewed by Alan Macfarlane 29th November and 5th December 2007

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Neil Turok - Professor of Mathematical Physics, Cambridge, now Director of Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo, Canada

interviewed by Tina Košir and Alan Macfarlane 19th February 2008 and by Alan Macfarlane 27th April 2017

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Sophie Wilson - Director of IC Design in Broadcom’s Cambridge, UK office

interviewed byAlan Macfarlane 21st May 2017

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