What can we learn from our canine companions, and have we taken breeding too far?
This week, Loot got in touch to ask how the moon got its markings.
How does wirless charging work and is there any truth in palm reading?
We find out how signals between cells build organisms.
Scientists have identified how positive thinking can help boost the immune system.
Is there space for nature in our increasingly urbanised world?
A new chemical sensor has been developed that can spot even the tiniest amount of gases
This summer at the Royal Society: from the biology of birds to clearing up space junk.
Lucka Bibic went in search of cavemen's names...
This month: Jupiter's Juno mission, the magical world of Pluto and spacewalking.
How old is the Universe, and what is the basis of the power-nap?
Cardiac cells grown on silicon grids are providing new insights into how the heart works
It's hard to get every last drop of soap out the bottle but a new plastic has solved that.
It's rare but we need it and supplies have been low. Scientists find a way to source it.
Answering your queries, from how do tattoos work to what's the best position to sleep in
After five years of travelling through space, NASA's Juno has finally reached Jupiter...
The vaccines have been tested successfully on mice, that may help combat the Zika virus.
Is the vaccine against Zika feasible? Are GM crops bad for us? Can we cure aging?
A new approach to music - making violins from silk.
Mini-guts are paving the way towards personalized therapy for cystic fibrosis
Sun powered aeroplane Solar Impulse 2 breaks world record without the drop of a jet fuel.
Drug production, early career researchers, honeybees, human migrations and pain.
From the physics of chocolate emulsions to the psychology of the right cutlery.
How do octopuses camouflage if they are colour blind?