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13 September 2021

As our Universe expands, light stretches and so loses energy... but where does this energy go?

12 September 2021

The gap between rich and poor is getting ever wider. Or is it?

11 September 2021

Water hardness, metals, MRI scans and gravity go under scrutiny this week...

10 September 2021

Is the new academic year destined to provoke a rush of Covid-19 cases in the UK?

10 September 2021

Soon to be Commander of the International Space Station, Samantha Cristoforetti, talks Dragons, Star City, and...

09 September 2021

New data shows that teenagers are succumbing to long COVID

07 September 2021

What does it mean to be "immune" to COVID, and can we make even better vaccines

07 September 2021

Seeing outrage tweets make us more likely to express outrage

07 September 2021

The Hubble Space Telescope has found water vapour around Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede

04 September 2021

Why are there so many re-releases, directors cuts and enhanced editions in gaming?

03 September 2021

From digestion to absorption to incorporation: how long does it take for food to become part of us?

03 September 2021

The making of magnetism, plus polluting the solar system, entropy and long sight...

03 September 2021

There’s more to decadence than eating too much chocolate cake. It can be an artistic movement with serious intent for...

31 August 2021

From peat bogs to seagrasses, how can nature help us reach net zero carbon?

28 August 2021

What happens when two light rays meet, and what's at the bottom of a black hole...

24 August 2021

Do anti-glare phone screens actually work, and how can we prevent disease outbreaks in a crisis?

21 August 2021

An outbreak has New Zealand in lockdown, but what's the lowdown on Delta worldwide?

21 August 2021

Modern tech explained, as well as the basis of carbon dating, and why we can't tickle ourselves...

17 August 2021

Unpicking the latest on who's at risk, what might be causing it, and how we might diagnose it in the future

16 August 2021

We rely on different forms of memory everyday, find out how much of the brain is dedicated to it...

14 August 2021

How do food allergies work, and what's in wine that causes a hangover?

12 August 2021

Pilot and International Space Station Commander, Terry Virts, on flying the Shuttle...

12 August 2021

Exploring the concept of childhood through literature, psychology, religion and education...

10 August 2021

Using traces of DNA from soil, water and air to uncover animals from past and present...