13 February 2018

Catalytic Clothing - The jeans that remove air pollutants.

06 February 2018

Here today... gone tomorrow?

23 January 2018

What instruments will be on board the James Webb Space Telescope?

09 January 2018

How do scientists identify killer compounds?

09 January 2018

Are there potentially poisonous compounds lurking our cupboards that we should be aware of?

22 December 2017

Britons have bought 47-million bottles of gin this year, but how is it made?

22 December 2017

WARNING: Jelly babies and gingerbread men were harmed in the making of this programme.

05 December 2017

We put our panel to the test with a quiz.

05 December 2017

Our panel of experts de-bunk some suspicious sounding science.

10 October 2017

What won the 2017 Nobel Prize for Chemistry?

01 August 2017

A look at bioremediation and how microbes may help us clean up nuclear waste.

25 April 2017

Harnessing liquid water from water vapour in the air could help millions experiencing water shortages.

11 April 2017

Destroying the cells controlling the build-up of fat tissue causes mice to become obese with no change in diet.

24 January 2017

How and why are they so much more efficient than a standard light bulb?

05 January 2017

From bean to cup: how do you brew a coffee?

29 December 2016

What happens to a hen's egg left soaking for a day or two in vinegar?

28 November 2016

How do we find DNA? And can we use sequencing to work out what's in our smoothie?

07 November 2016

When we're searching for life in our universe, what are we looking for?

10 October 2016

...and they're a thousand times thinner than a human hair.

13 September 2016

Will the new ban on microbeads make a difference?

11 August 2016

The Royal Society for Public Health recently called for drugs to be decriminalised but what were their reasons?

02 August 2016

The Olympics are only just beginning but stories of doping have been filling the papers for months. So what's the...

26 July 2016

Researchers may have found a tiny solution for storing big data.