Vet Stuart Eves helps dish up an answer to Annie's question
With artificial intelligence doing more and more human-like things, are they becoming 'creative' like us?
With SARS-CoV-2 circulating, will we make this leap?
Is there another rocky planet like ours out in the universe?
Ants are so small, but they hurt so much.
Surely space travel can't be worse than the M25.
A planet? Ultra-sonic animals? A crocodile? Can you beat our experts?
Do genetics hold the missing puzzle piece to cure all diseases that other methods can't?
We have epigenetics expert Nessa Carey give the low-down on what it is and how it affects our daily lives.
Can we finally have the Antarctic Olympic Games?
We spoke to an infectious disease researcher for their views about how future pandemics can be avoided.
Of all the colours it could've chosen, why did it pick such a boring one?
Viruses and infections sure do like to target our lungs quite often. Why is that the case?
Far far away, the star Betelgeuse has done something strange. Could it be a sign that it's about to explode?
With COP26 underway, we look to Antarctic researcher Huw Griffiths for answers on if we're too late.
Female condors have managed to make baby condors without a male. How is this possible?
Thanks to the newest vaccine against malaria, do we move one step closer to curing it and all diseases?
Could you survive a holiday to the red planet?
All animals need to eat. So what do penguins and other Antarctic animals enjoy for supper?
Does growing tomatoes at home reduce carbon footprint? Or are supermarket punnets better for the planet?
The invisible stuff is an essential part of our universe, but does it come in lumps or as grains of sand?
Could the secret to preventing ageing be found in other species?
Is Jeff Bezos an astronaut ? Why not get in touch and let us know what you think?
Why do some people have different colour eyes, and will their kids inherit the same colours?