Science Articles, Interviews & Questions

14 January 2018

Don't throw that placenta in the bin - study it!

14 January 2018

Strange things are going on inside egg cells

13 January 2018

Significant palaeoenvironmental changes that occurred during the Quaternary, the most recent geological period, could...

12 January 2018

Scientists grow functioning muscle in the lab

12 January 2018

Life, the universe and pluripotent stem cells

12 January 2018

An environmentally friendly coffee machine and a way to turn used coffee grounds into a new type of ink are helping to...

09 January 2018

Could sugar be fuelling superbugs in hospitals?

09 January 2018

What's on the horizon for space commerce in 2018?

09 January 2018

Are there any magic solutions for speedily sobering up?

09 January 2018

What's the psychology behind changing your behaviour?

09 January 2018

Can a machine distinguish a crying baby from a dog's bark?

09 January 2018

Poison 101 - can anything be a poison?

09 January 2018

Could the perfect poison be something we haven't detected yet?

09 January 2018

How do scientists identify killer compounds?

09 January 2018

Are there potentially poisonous compounds lurking our cupboards that we should be aware of?

09 January 2018

What killer compounds have emerged from the history books?

02 January 2018

What did Homo Naledi's brain look like?

22 December 2017

Britons have bought 47-million bottles of gin this year, but how is it made?

22 December 2017

Why do sprouts look so weird? And why do people hate them so much?

22 December 2017

WARNING: Jelly babies and gingerbread men were harmed in the making of this programme.

22 December 2017

And why are kid up at the crack of dawn on Christmas Day?

22 December 2017

Do you sing like an angel or screech like a cat?

21 December 2017

Research has revealed that our microbiome can fluctuate with the seasons.

21 December 2017

Not feeling the cold could be key to the ability of hibernators, like squirrels and hamsters, to snooze their way...