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15 July 2020

Meet the phenomenon that seems to help females live longer, see colour better, and even survive COVID-19...

14 July 2020

We're taking a closer look at our celestial neighbours.

13 July 2020

The UK government has provided more than a billion items of PPE - why so much?

13 July 2020

Lockdowns, masks, long-term immunity, and the prospect of a Covid comeback...

12 July 2020

We're always going forward because we can't find the reverse! But could we go backwards in time?

10 July 2020

While global food supplies have been stable so far, an upcoming recession might be one blow too many...

10 July 2020

Mars is the destination of choice for three Mars missions this summer, with the US, China and the United Arab Emirates...

09 July 2020

An important resource or an environmental catastrophe?

08 July 2020

Dementia is a cruel, relentless unraveling of memory that strikes many as they age...

08 July 2020

Also, how a grille with holes keeps microwaves in the oven, and how fast is a meteor moving?

07 July 2020

We're unpicking the science of covid testing, monitoring and tracing this week...

06 July 2020

What makes instant coffee disappear so quickly into hot water?

03 July 2020

We're told it's instantaneous, but is that true? Also, how does the bladder work, and why don't inverted...

02 July 2020

Humans can understand chimp vocalisations...

01 July 2020

And if something could move faster than light, how would we detect its speed?

01 July 2020

Artificial Intelligence is destined to play a big part in our lives. How might its development affect religious beliefs?

30 June 2020

How sweetness takes away the pleasure of consuming and makes you eat more...

30 June 2020

How do you cut emissions, kill the coronavirus, and rescue the economy all at the same time?

29 June 2020

If identical twins have children with identical twins, how related are all the children?

24 June 2020

Does a mirror multiply light, and is climate change down to us, or natural temperature cycles?

24 June 2020

In the absence of the Glastonbury Festival, we take time instead to contemplate the mysteries of music.

23 June 2020

Puzzling problems and confounding conundrums in our science pub quiz

21 June 2020

How did the world of gaming react to #BlackLivesMatter?

19 June 2020

Tension, migraine, ice cream....we're talking headaches