This Way Up for Saturday 10 September 2011
Audiologist Karen Allen of Bay Audiology reckons she can improve Simon's hearing with a hearing aid.
Luis van Ahn is one of the inventors of the 'captcha'. They're that box of squiggly letters you have to decipher and type out. Now they're being used to digitise the world's books!
How the way you dance can change the way you think, and why some dancers are so much more attractive to members of the opposite sex. Dr Peter Lovatt is the principal lecturer and reader in Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire.
Dan Koeppel has been writing about the future of the lightbulb. With new LED technology predicted to account for nearly two-thirds of the market by 2020, we'll soon be buying bulbs that last for up to 20 years!
We're on the hunt for the rather devious shining cuckoo with birding expert Hugh Robertson.
Tye Rattenbury works for Intel Labs in Portland, Oregon. He's studying the habit known as 'checking'; that's the repetitive and some would say obsessive checking of the device that smartphone addicts practice.