Interviews

27 June 2017

Would you trust a robot in an emergency?

27 June 2017

Would you trust a robot with your surgery?

27 June 2017

Would you trust a robot in the military?

27 June 2017

Would you trust a robot to grow your food?

27 June 2017

Scientists are saying that climate change could be changing how our coffee tastes in years to come.

27 June 2017

How are technologies and breakthroughs made for the space race helping to make life better for us here on the ground?

27 June 2017

By looking at the genomes of thousands of babies, scientists have discovered a genetic association with preeclampsia.

27 June 2017

Unveiling the mysteries of Sun spicules - long strands of high energy plasma that are fired off from the Sun into space...

27 June 2017

Bacteria can evade antibiotics not just through resistance, but by dormancy - effectively switching off. But for how...

20 June 2017

What does running do for your heart?

20 June 2017

How can you scan the heart for problems?

20 June 2017

How do hearts cope with outer space?

20 June 2017

How do crocs survive under water for so long?

20 June 2017

How do doctors practice operations without endangering patients?

20 June 2017

How do RAF pilots deal with the intense pressure on their hearts?

20 June 2017

How echocardiograms allow us to peek inside our ticker.

20 June 2017

How do athletes' hearts deal with extreme exercise?

15 June 2017

We catch up on research into schistosomiasis that we first covered in episode 29...

15 June 2017

For a tuberculosis infection to progress, around 50 bacterial cells need to infect a single immune cell.

15 June 2017

A protein called TRP1 allows the parasites that cause malaria to move around inside mosquitoes.

15 June 2017

Models predict which species of mosquito may be able to carry the Zika virus in the US.

15 June 2017

eLife Senior Editor Prabhat Jha explains to Chris Smith why public funding is key to tackling epidemics in low-income...

14 June 2017

Scientists are turning to genetics to solve one of the most pressing problems affecting UK trees today - infectious...

14 June 2017

Bees are providing exciting genetic information as well as delicious honey.