Biology

17 June 2007

This week, Bob and Chelsea tell us about seed that sow themselves and the future of domestic robots!

17 June 2007

Azi Khatiri goes to a lab for a hair cut - to see if vegetarian hair is different to that of a carnivore, or if a rural...

20 May 2007

The eruption of the Laki fission in Iceland in 1783 led to sulphurous smog falling over Europe. It has been described...

13 May 2007

Dr Ali Ashby on all that is fantastic about fungi. From the worlds largest organism to the flavour of chocolate, we...

13 May 2007

This week, Bob and Chelsea look at how we react to bacteria. Bob looks into how bacteria could protect us from Asthma...

13 May 2007

Dr Tim Wreghitt explains how noroviruses spread themselves through projectile vomit and use cruise ships as the perfect...

13 May 2007

Scott Manalis tells us about the technique he has developed for weighing tiny objects underwater, such as single cells...

06 May 2007

Andrew Boulton explains how Maggots help to cure infection with MRSA, or Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus,...

29 April 2007

Mike Majerus tells us about the peppered moth, cites as an example of evolution by natural selection in action.

22 April 2007

Laura Font describes how she has found a way to find out where migratory birds have been by measuring strontium isotope...

01 April 2007

Chelsea and Bob look into Puberty and Death - expolring why teenagers are moody and using computers to predict how you...

25 March 2007

Rising carbon dioxide levels usually make us think about the atmosphere, but new research shows that carbon dioxide...

25 March 2007

Bob and Chelsea hear about the music of the ocean, including scientists that listen to whale communication, and how the...

18 March 2007

A trio of co-dependent creatures that like it really hot and how the warming world is causing corals and their algae...