Chris Smith puts his own questions to the panel in the form of a quiz!
What happened in May 2017's cyber attacks?
Is maths our best bet to communicate with aliens?
How mathematicians use evolution to find the best solution to a problem.
We explain what game theory is and do a little experiment of our own...
From hexagonal honeycombs to counting to four, bees love maths!
New measurements show a giant lava-filled crater on Jupiter's moon Io.
Could a bad night's sleep increase sensitivity to pain?
Is a cat really happy when it's 'got the cream'?
Will we spend all of our time talking to our gadgets?
A new discovery sheds light on the appearance of Homo naledi and when these ancient human relatives were alive.
We meet the UK’s leading experts on cancer genetics, to find out where we’ve come from in terms of understanding the...
In 2015, the "tears of joy" emoji made it into the Oxford Dictionary as the Word of the Year... But are...
Could the language you speak affect the amount you smoke? Or how much you save for your pension?
What are the advantages of being bilingual? And does it help us later in life?
How does our brain turn speech into meanings? Does the answer lie within learning nursery rhymes...?
Worldwide, we use over a trillion plastic bags every year. Can a caterpillar help reduce our waste?
Can one pill make us run for longer AND gain less weight?
Did a falling apple really inspire Isaac Newton's theory of gravity?
Can you read minds? Well maybe not quite, but research suggests it's linked to monitoring your own heartbeat...
Stroke occurs every 2 seconds worldwide. Tom Crawford spoke to Ewan St John Smith about how naked mole rats may be able...
Will we ever beat cancer?
How scientists are literally zooming in on cancer
Is there a way to lower your risk of cancer by changing your genes?