Is boiling them alive inhumane?
Naughty nurses, tonsil guillotines and cocaine - 250 years of Addebrooke's hospital.
It was discovered over 100 years ago but are we any closer to defeating the disease?
Space Boffins Sue Nelson and Richard Hollingham are on Mars...
More methane is accidentally released by the oil and gas industry than previously thought.
Is soap really all it's cracked up to be?
Researchers have linked genes that make dogs sociable with an important area in our DNA.
Ancient proteins, mosquito nets, resourceful plants and cocktail party conversations...
What is autophagy and how do we see distant stars?
New research reveals bees can have emotions!
A look at a recent report on the evolutionary origins of violence in our species.
Kat Arney investigates the many mysteries surrounding the notorious Bermuda Triangle.
We put your questions to a selection of superstar scientists...
Fat is bad? Not always, some fats may in fact help fight obesity-related disease.
How do we get bright images of planets and why do distant lights seem to blink?
Illuminating the new light based technologies looking to provide a brighter future.
Could testing of nuclear weapons lead to earthquakes?
How are medicines named and how do HIV protective drugs work ?
This week we explore the Milky Way as the first batch of data is returned from Gaia.
Could your pet be fooled by fake pills?
Why are men hairier than women and how can a cockroach survive a microwave?
Older drivers are often thought to be more dangerous on the roads but is this really true?
This month we're commemorating twenty years since the birth of Dolly the Sheep
This week, we don our uniforms for a lesson in the science of education.
Clothes dried on a washing line can end up crunchy and stiff. Why does this happen?