Quentin Cooper investigates the news in science and science in the news.
Adam Rutherford investigates the news in science and science in the news.
2011 International Year of Chemistry: the largest molecule; green chemistry, rare elements
Our latest hominid cousin; lessons from Einstein; cooking the perfect Christmas turkey.
Our latest hominid cousin, lessons from Einstein and cooking the perfect Christmas turkey.
2010 - year of disasters. Quentin Cooper asks how science helped, and how it improved.
Crop breeding improved; catching anti-atoms; Tycho Brahe exhumed.
Bigger bangs at CERN; Last winter's deep cold; Invisibility cloaks.
The International Space Station; Giant Dragonflies; Objects that changed the World.
Indonesian disasters; The first electronics; Pollution from space travel.
Science Minister David Willetts tells Quentin about the government's spending plans.
Stem cell trials; human remains and archaeology; and a brief encounter with a comet chaser
Quentin Cooper and guests assess this week's Nobel Science Prizes.
The BBC's Amateur Scientist of the Year is revealed at the 2010 British Science Festival.
Discussing Vince Cable's plans to squeeze public funding for scientific research.
Quentin Cooper talks to scientists publishing their research in peer reviewed journals.