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How 700,000-year-old horse DNA could change the way scientists study evolution.
Quentin Cooper looks back at 100 years work of the MRC.
Is there any online or digital activity that we can hide?
Quentin Cooper is at the Cheltenham Science Festival.
Observational evidence of universes beyond our own? Laura Mersini-Houghton and Lee Smolin.
Why is Oklahoma so prone to tornadoes and what can residents do to protect themselves?
Scientists to have access to one of the world's most powerful "quantum" computers.
What would happen to UK scientific research in the UK were to leave the EU?
The science behind the EU pesticide ban - will it protect bees? Quentin Cooper presents.
The latest in the battle against bovine TB, as leading scientists meet with policy makers.
Quentin Cooper on the remarkable zebrafish, the Khash earthquake, and driving on Mars.
The future of open science? Fewer dusty journals, more research in the cloud.
Are international treaties keeping up with new biological and chemical weapons?
Quentin talks about 'dangerous' ideas at Edinburgh's International Science Festival.
Adam Rutherford discusses new science results from the Planck space telescope.
Drinking water on Mars, big eyes in Neanderthals, cholera history and tapeworm genetics.
Is a deer cull the solution to controlling ever-increasing numbers? With Quentin Cooper.
Is junk DNA really rubbish? Scientists dispute recent findings about our genetic code.
Why does a virus manage to infect us and make us ill so quickly?
The new corona virus - has it really mutated to be able to jump between humans?
Quentin Cooper looks at failures in science and lessons learnt in new TB vaccine trials.
High-speed rail; Radioactive waste; Universe within us; Quantum Biology.
How to design a new plane, bird flu, dog domestication and mackerel.
Quentin Cooper looks at the smog in China, alternatives to research on animals, and novae.
Exoplanets, near-Earth asteroids, Arctic drilling and the most popular brain research.
Winter vomiting, superhero physics and why military scientists design underpants.
Quentin Cooper and guests discuss unsung heroes of science.
Unintelligent IQ tests, frozen Lakes, human life on Mars, and Santa stuck in a chimney.
Science cash prizes, science in The Hobbit, and solving an archaeological hoax.
How science can save boring climate talks and an interview with DNA pioneer James Watson.