What's the cause of the splitting headache we sometimes get when eating something...
For this Question of the Week, Mike wanted to know why his nose runs when he cycles in cold weather, but not in warm...
Geneticist and Neuroscientist Giles Yeo was able to cook up an answer...
But I can CERTAINLY hear my partner snoring!
Thank goodness they don't!
How do they know if their queen dies?
It's not *that* bad, Cambridge University's Bobby Seagull explained why.
Are CEOs more likely to be psychopaths than other people?
Why is guilt such a variable emotion?
Do female animals ever try to impress the males?
What's the science behind this condition?
Can our brains be stimulated to make us commit crimes?
Are there any two-timers in the animal kingdom?
How common is conflict with love rivals in the animal kingdom?
WARNING: Don't ship mantis shrimps in tupperware boxes.
And how do know the colours of planets?
What does the nose have to do with tasting?
Would your intestines grow back after some of them were removed?
From the soil surface or from the bottom of the pot?
What makes weeds so relentless?
What effect could declining bee populations have on plants?
Why do some plants eat animals when others get their energy from the sun?
If we could photosynthesise, Mark asks, how much green skin would we need to make enough energy to live our normal...
How do we know what to do?