Why is there so much fake news out there, and how do we fight it?
We find out why science can be a laughing matter.
Roswell High, Area 51 and Redndlesham Forest - all are places were
aliens have been reported...
There are many reasons to be reducing excess lighting. But is it feasible to roll out over large areas?
When it comes to exams, who decides what needs to be tested
How much scientific research actually gets in to education policy?
This is where the press office steps in but how do they ensure their story gets good coverage?
Should scientists be judged only on where they published rather than what they publish?
To assure a level of research quality, science is put to the test using the peer review process...
Science is usually touted as a good thing, but could their be a dark side?
With the invention of social media, the landscape of news is drastically changing and some are worried about what the...
A perspective from biologist Stephen Curry...
Every wondered how we put together a programme? All is revealed...
It may provide a level of quality control but what can be done to improve it?
Classically, an experiment starts with a good question but with the latest science, that's not neccessarily the...
Guardian blogger and biologist Stephen Curry shares the ins and outs of his day...
Most science isn't groundbreaking; it often builds a picture, pixel by pixel, to complete our understanding of the...
The story behind a mysterious super material and the man that refused to give it away.
The UK's leading academies have issued a joint statement on the key priorities for UK science after the referendum.
Are we racing to the Moon? Who are the contenders? And why the Moon over Mars?
Why is there no Nobel Prize for Maths and what happens when you finally achieve your life's goal?
University students gain hands-on experience of a new DNA sequencing
The story of the world-famous primatologist, and her tragic battle against poaching.
What makes Cambridge Science Festival so special?