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Catalytic Clothing - The jeans that remove air pollutants.
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How are technologies and breakthroughs made for the space race helping to make life better for us here on the ground?
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One of America's most hated spiders isn't all bad: its web could teach us to make much tougher materials.
Alan Calverd tells us about some interesting gold rings back in science history...
The annual International Conference of Navigation was held in Glasgow this year, and we spoke to the president.
Three Brits take the prize for their discoveries on abrupt changes in the properties, or phases, of ultra-thin...
We've all heard of holograms that use light, but what about a sound hologram that allows you to move particles...
Could a light bulb be the latest in internet connectivity? Quite possibly...
What is the Gaia mission and how did it come about in the first place?
Part 1 of George Seabroke's poem Gaia.
What are the instruments on board Gaia and how do they work?
Part 2 of George Seabroke's poem Gaia.
What will Gaia do for the future of space research?
Could a common technique to prevent premature birth actually cause it?
The story behind a mysterious super material and the man that refused to give it away.
The inside of a jet engine can get up to 1600 degrees Celsius, so how do the materials survive this intense heat?