Is the nuclear power option sustainable?
Geoff Watts discusses the future of the larynx transplant procedure.
How has and will science be affected by the current global economic crisis?
The difficulties of assessing drug damage to the brain.
Can funding science help the recession?
Geoff Watts reports on the effects of childhood stress on the immune system.
Geoff Watts talks to the authors of a new book marking the bicentenary of Charles Darwin.
Chimps share our ability to recognise faces. But what’s going on in their brains?
Geoff Watts discusses art and maths of anamorphosis.
Reporter Anna Lacey auditions for Leicester University's astronaut course.
Scientists have unravelled the mechanism that drives ageing in mice.
Geoff Watts talks to UK Science minister Lord Drayson.
As banks collapse and interest rates drop, how do we know who to trust?
Geoff Watts investigates the creation of mammoth clones from the frozen bodies of mice.
As America goes to the polls, what will a new administration mean for American science?
What caused the devastating mud volcano in East Java, in October 2006?
Geoff Watts discovers whether the chimps can be saved from extinction.
A report on the winners of this years Nobel prizes for Medicine, Physics and Chemistry.
Geoff Watts reports on new ideas on how to treat the global epidemic of obesity.
Scientists have created what they believe is the world's first endurance-enhancing drug.
Geoff Watts talks to particle physicist Professor Brian Cox.
Geoff Watts reports on a planned mission to collect the first rock samples from Mars.
Geoff Watts reports on the state of the world's corals, now sadly under serious threat.
Geoff Watts gets an insight into phantom limb syndrome at the Royal Society Exhibition.
Euro 2008 may have been affected by the new football designed for the tournament.
Does life on Earth have an extraterrestrial origin?
Including a report on how the wine industry is coping with climate change.
Geoff Watts examines a revolutionary process for converting plant sugars into hydrogen.
Geoff Watts reports on the discovery of human fossil faeces from a cave in Oregon.
Geoff Watts examines new research into a so-called 'calorie counting' area of the brain.