Science Articles, Interviews & Questions


07 August 2018

A new recipe for sustainable food for fish, animals... And maybe humans?

07 August 2018

University Challenge mastermind, and friend of the show, Bobby Seagull explains all...

07 August 2018

Thousands of people die every year on transplant waiting lists. Is the wait over?

03 August 2018

How a few students, an idea, and some maggots became the future of food...

31 July 2018

How much land do you need to live?

31 July 2018

How did the space race bring us scratch-resistant glasses?

31 July 2018

How will the pharmaceutical sector operate in 80 years' time?

31 July 2018

Will we still be slaves to our computers in 2100?

31 July 2018

How driverless cars can change the world...

31 July 2018

What will London look like in 80 years?

31 July 2018

A wire in your blood could serve as an early cancer detection tool.

31 July 2018

A new way to tackle chronic pain could change people's lives...

31 July 2018

Could parasites in your cat's poo boost your business potential?

31 July 2018

Liquid water exists on Mars: could this mean there's life there too?

29 July 2018

A biodegradable "plastic" wrapping made from crab shells and plant waste has been developed by scientists in...

28 July 2018

Using the power of tiny magnets, a team at Stanford have captured cancer cells circulating in the blood

26 July 2018

Expectant mothers often face a dilemma about whether to take medication when they fall ill due to fears it might harm...

25 July 2018

The impish smile and garrulous, back-slapping charm that soothes the most anxious patient...

24 July 2018

What should we bear in mind, when considering our own fertility?

23 July 2018

Louise Brown, the world's first IVF baby, is 40 this year...

23 July 2018

Some people require the use of a surrogate and donor gametes in IVF...

23 July 2018

Who were the key players in the history of IVF, and Louise Brown's birth?

23 July 2018

For some people, infertility can be caused by medical treatment...