Biology, genetics, ecology and evolution, insects, mammals, marine science, plants and zoology...
Are the plants enough?
How far back in time would you have to go, to notice that us humans looked different from our ancestors?
If there are microplastics in the sea, are they ending up in the fish we eat?
What's the best time of the month to have sex, if you want to get pregnant?
Can some jellyfish live forever?
What we mean by the word "infertile"?
How much of our planet's ocean have we mapped?
What is dandruff, and why can it re-occur?
Might your smartphone be bad for your sperm?
What's going on in a wombat's stomach?
New legislation means that smokers see a graphic health warning on cigarette packaging as constant reminder of...
Aye up, duck!
"Is it like gamete wacky races?"
Or is this behaviour unique to humans?
Men have lower voices that women, can that be said for the animal kingdom?
Chris Smith put this question to planetary geologist David Rothery
Is it true? What's the mechanism behind it?
We find out if allergies are unique to humand and their pets...
Should you really wee on it?
Are some plants good or bad for our bees?
Is Lyme's disease a big problem?
What's upped the pollen count?
Is there an evolutionary advantage to boredom?
Is it good for trees to be boxed into the pavement?