Chris Smith and Kat Arney host features the influence of video games on children, how fat bears are helping diabetes research, the Rosetta probe, and the Diamond Light Source.
This week we ask: Are video games good or bad for our kids? We find out why mathematician Alan Turing is still influencing new discoveries 60 years after his death. We hear about the work on grizzly bears which could lead to a treatment for diabetes. We also have the possibility of energy from oil eating microbes. And we take a longer look at the Diamond Light Source, Britain's biggest scientific machine.
- Sat 9 Aug 2014 05:00