Are humans creating a new geological epoch through climate change and fossil fuels?
Speeding up the drug development process to treat the major diseases facing us
The long and expensive struggle to get medicines to market
Geoff Watts explores the phenomenon of the nocebo effect and its implications for medicine
Can the world’s companies manufacture four times more stuff without gutting the planet?
What is swelling the world’s mountain of electrical and electronic waste?
Why understanding how we smell has led to a paralysed man walking again
Palaeontologist and naturalist Richard Fortey on the evoloution of the Earth
Jim Al-Khalili meets a world authority on Artificial Intelligence, Maggie Boden
Geoff Watts continues his exploration of the science and culture of gossip
Geoff Watts explores the origins and the science behind our love and loathing of gossip
Quentin Cooper looks at the therapeutic possibilities of Virtual Reality
From bold crabs to neurotic chimps, animals have different personalities, like us. Why?
Can maths reveal hidden patterns in global terrorist activity? Dr Hannah Fry investigates
The modernisation of air traffic control which could allow pilots to choose their routes
Can stimulating the vagus nerve, which connects the brain with the organs improve health?
Oxford crystallographer Elspeth Garman on the study of the internal structure of matter
The hidden problem of addiction to over-the-counter painkillers
European Inventor of the Year, Chris Toumazou, on the science of invention
The past, the present and the future of the Moon
Exploring trauma medicine on the frontline in Afghanistan
How modern trauma medicine evolved from conflict and catastrophe to help save lives
Physicist and media star Brian Cox on fame and quantum mechanics
What happens to the medicines we take after they leave our body?
How patients are taking control of their own treatment and their own clinical trials
The pioneering genetic techniques to combat disease in our livestock
Exploring the ocean's deepest realm - the Hadal zone, 6,000 to 11,000 metres down
Could super grids supplying DC electricity be the solution to rising demand for energy?
As mistakes involving deadly pathogens come to light, what lessons will be learnt?
Meet the girl with DNA from three people