Interviews

20 June 2017

How can you scan the heart for problems?

20 June 2017

How do hearts cope with outer space?

20 June 2017

How do crocs survive under water for so long?

20 June 2017

How do doctors practice operations without endangering patients?

20 June 2017

How do RAF pilots deal with the intense pressure on their hearts?

20 June 2017

How echocardiograms allow us to peek inside our ticker.

20 June 2017

How do athletes' hearts deal with extreme exercise?

15 June 2017

We catch up on research into schistosomiasis that we first covered in episode 29...

15 June 2017

For a tuberculosis infection to progress, around 50 bacterial cells need to infect a single immune cell.

15 June 2017

A protein called TRP1 allows the parasites that cause malaria to move around inside mosquitoes.

15 June 2017

Models predict which species of mosquito may be able to carry the Zika virus in the US.

15 June 2017

eLife Senior Editor Prabhat Jha explains to Chris Smith why public funding is key to tackling epidemics in low-income...

14 June 2017

Scientists are turning to genetics to solve one of the most pressing problems affecting UK trees today - infectious...

14 June 2017

Bees are providing exciting genetic information as well as delicious honey.

14 June 2017

Visual artist Andy Lomas is using Unreal - a virtual reality gaming engine - to turn scientific data into 3-...

14 June 2017

A new art-science collaboration is bringing chromosomes to life.

13 June 2017

Our fiendish Question and Answer quiz returns, but can the panel handle it?

13 June 2017

The myth busting continues, how much of our brain do we use?

13 June 2017

Is it a mermaid? A siren? ...Wait, is it a dugong?

13 June 2017

As the saying goes, "In Space, no one can hear you scream"... But is it true?

06 June 2017

Cyber crime is overtaking conventional crime: what can we do about it?

06 June 2017

Could the Internet of Things allow criminals into your home?

06 June 2017

Could your eye scan be safer than a password?