Quentin Cooper investigates the news in science and science in the news.
Gareth Mitchell explores DIY on the International Space Station, hot cities and wolves.
Quentin Cooper on meteors, carbon capture, plastic solar cells and noctilucent clouds.
Quentin Cooper dissects the latest science.
Quentin Cooper on security cameras, earworms, Anzacs, Facebook and the God particle.
Quentin Cooper with the latest from the BP oil spill, and the L'Aquila earthquake.
Quentin Cooper visits the Royal Society's Summer Exhibition on London's Southbank.
Could Venus actually be very similar to Earth? Quentin Cooper finds out.
Quentin Cooper with science for MPs, bionic bones, animal ethics and a weird material.
Quentin Cooper on Polar Year, conker canker, penalties and molecular gastronomy.
Quentin Cooper on oil-eating bacteria, ancient pigs, noctilucent clouds and Kavli Prizes.
Quentin Cooper investigates volcanic ash, new rockets and supersize dinosaurs.
Cleaning up the oil spill, biodiversity, tree rings and quantum kilograms.
Deep water exploration, the maths of electoral reform, snail trails and lasers turn 50.
Stopping the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and Plasmonics, the ability to control light.
Escaping oil, a manifesto for innovation, glowing clouds and brain traces.
Quentin Cooper announces the results of a talent search for amateur scientists.
Quentin Cooper reports from the Edinburgh International Science Festival.
Tsunami simulator; spring advances; nanoelectronics.
Quentin Cooper hears about genes, science and patents.
New species of ancient human; shipping: the hidden polluter.
Uncertatinty in science; artificial photosynthesis; a UK space agency?
Quentin Cooper hears about science and the recession.
Quentin Cooper discusses the science of earthquakes.
Quentin Cooper hears that the universe is made of information.
Quentin Cooper meets the man behind CryoSat-2, rebuilt to study changing polar ice.
Quentin Cooper visits the BBC's R&D HQ to see what new technologies are on the horizon.
Quentin Cooper finds out how microscopic bubbles could boost biofuel production.