Julian Rush

  • 9 Nov 2010

    Scientists tell an inquest it was “highly likely” that aluminium sulphate accidentally-added to the Cornwall water supply 22 years ago contributed to a woman’s early death, writes Julian Rush.

  • 4 Nov 2010

    Exclusive: Channel 4 News reveals the Rolls-Royce engines used on the Airbus A380 were identified as “potentially unsafe” weeks before a Qantas jet was forced to make an emergency landing.

  • 3 Nov 2010

    In a major breakthrough for the blind, scientists have restored a man’s sight with a “bionic eye” for the first time ever, reports Science Correspondent Julian Rush.

  • 4 Oct 2010

    A major census of the marine life in the world’s oceans – the culmination of 10 years of exploration – reveals previously-unknown species.

  • 2 Oct 2010

    Plans to develop Britain’s first US-style super-dairy have prompted fears over animal welfare and the environmental costs.

  • 23 Sep 2010

    With the official opening of the Thanet wind farm off the east coast of Kent, Britain reaches a small but important milestone in the transition to a low carbon economy.

  • 15 Sep 2010

    As MPs warn the strategic defence review may harm Britain’s ability to defend itself, Channel 4 News Science Correspondent Julian Rush writes there is now a genuine debate about its nuclear deterrent.

  • 1 Dec 2009

    Channel 4 News spends a week in Brazil and finds an emerging economic power house approaching environmental crossroads.

  • 29 May 2009

    Carbon dioxide “capturing” could be a major step in the battle against climate change. Julian Rush visits a power station in Scotland and asks could this be the saviour of coal?

  • 25 Mar 2006

    What next in Iran’s nuclear plan? President Ahmadinejad says “we don’t have to tell you everything”. Science Correspondent Julian Rush visits a civil nuclear power station on the Persian Gulf coast.