Adam Rutherford examines the science of GM plants as the Royal Society takes on the issue
How can complex science tell us what to do about the effects of climate change?
Adam Rutherford investigates a small but significant link between genetics and education.
Scientists can keep human embryos alive for longer. Should they?
Have physicists at Cern found a new particle?
What are the consequences for UK science of leaving the EU? Adam investigates.
Will a fleet of tiny craft, pushed by lasers, sail to a star?
Dung Roman: the historical mess of Hannibal's elephant march may have been cleared up.
As Europe's largest floating solar farm goes online, Adam Rutherford discusses solar power
Predicting how the flu virus mutates could help make better vaccines to fight it.
Lost memories can be recovered in mice. Are there implications for Alzheimer's patients?
Tracey Logan investigates whether there is some science that is just too dangerous to do.
Babies from the longest-running cohort study turn 70 this month.
What does a Brexit mean for UK science?
Adam Rutherford puts listeners' gravitational wave queries to cosmologist Andrew Pontzen.
Gravitational waves detected - scientists prove Einstein right after 100 years.
How charting the UK's nectar-providing flowers could help pollinating insects.
What can science reveal about the Zika virus and microcephaly?
Adam Rutherford examines the genetics of ancient Britons and reminisces about Concorde.
Adam Rutherford finds out how the 100,000 Genome Project is helping children and families.
How the current El Nino event is affecting lives in the UK and around the world.
Adam Rutherford and guests answer listeners' science questions.
New Horizons Pluto update;friendly predatory bacteria;Christmas in the lab;human ancestry
Astronaut Chris Hadfield gives Tim Peake advice on how to cope in space.
Adam Rutherford asks how models can help to predict floods and improve defences.
Adam Rutherford questions the latest government science funding review.
Ancient genome research shows the effect of the introduction of farming to Europe.
Melting Antarctic ice sheet will not lead to as big a sea level rise as previously thought
Adam Rutherford asks whether Britain's oldest tree has changed sex.
Tracey Logan unpicks how people's brains work and discusses maverick scientist Boole.