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02 September 2015

For most, science is defined by textbook assignments, but this is set to change. Will 15-year olds soon be publishing...

25 August 2015

Should our time and money be going towards projects that are closer to home?

21 July 2015

One of the seven problems have been solved but the Russian who found the solution refused the money. We hear his story...

21 July 2015

The Millennium Maths Problems, if solved, could revolutionise our World but what will it take to crack them? And what...

23 February 2015

Do you use more happy phrases in a day? A new study shows that languages are biased towards more positive words.

17 February 2015

Why does a gaming app needs to know your location? It might be tracking you - even when you're not using it - and...

17 February 2015

Most of us know we need antivirus software on our PCs, but what about our phones? Why do we need to protect them and...

17 February 2015

What makes some violins sound better than others? To find out, physicists have subjected hundreds of the instruments to...

16 February 2015

How leaving your WiFi 'on' is haemorrhaging personal information to the world, like where you eat, sleep and...

20 October 2014

Waste is contaminating the river Thames. To stop this, a new super sewer is being built, and there are plans to take...

11 August 2014

Children in Britain are going to be taught computer programming in schools as part of the new curriculum in September.

04 August 2014

Every wondered what makes a great guitar solo? Oxford's Dr David Robert Grimes has been looking at the science...

10 June 2014

Commercial science publishing is distorting the process, argues eLife Editor in Chief, Randy Schekman...

19 November 2013

Nine missing Doctor Who episodes were found this year. How they were restored?

18 December 2011

We were joined by Professor Karmadillo, with a festive musical take on the recent news from CERN that they have seen...

24 January 2010

Michael Spagat discusses how insurgent events can be modelled to deal with future attacks...

27 September 2009

The Science Museum's 'Punk Scientists' explain to Meera how they make science engaging through making...

27 September 2009

Helen Storey is a fashion designer who was inspired by developmental biology to design a series of stunning and thought...

06 September 2009

This week saw the launch of the Centre of the Cell, a new children orientated science center located in the heart of...

12 October 2008

Our very own Kat Arney treats us to a sneak preview of the new album, 'In the City of Dreadful Night',...

16 March 2008

Is there really any science in Dr Who? What does Spiderman have to do with a gecko? And how are skateboarders...

16 March 2008

The Cambridge Science Festival lasts just two weeks, with a lot of the action compressed into a very busy weekend, but...