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Galileo and his telescopes that changed our view of the solar system
A debate on the legal and technological dilemmas facing today's space scientists
A debate on the ethics of stem cell research
A debate about the latest research and opinion on biofuels
The African scientists who are determined to make a difference
A series of programmes visiting the British Antartic Survey
A series of programmes visiting the British Antarctic Survey
What foods do we really need to benefit our health?
Can food science help so-called 'hidden hunger'?
Climate change threatens to disrupt farming and food production for decades to come
A report on how Russian scientists are shifting their research priorities
How Russian scientists are researching the effects of a Mars mission on the human body
Second part of a series on sound, with a look at how sound helps us explore the unknown
A look at why some sounds make us wince
What is the case for catching carbon dioxide and storing it underground?
A debate on the issue of nuclear power stations
Experts discuss whether we are entering a new era in palaeontology?
What new research about the feeling of disgust can tell us about human nature
A report on the final servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope
Report on the shuttle's final servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope
The environmental impact of shipping, which accounts for around 60,000 deaths a year
The formidable drug resisting potential of HIV
How drug resistance is meaning that millions still die of malaria
How drug resistance in cancer arises and what, if anything, can be done
Are we losing the battle against infection? The first in a series on antibiotic resistance
Arguments for and against the development and use of genetically modified crops
Life and death of the Wuhan area on the Yangtzee River in the Hubei province of China