Richard Hollingham investigates why Cambridge is now a global leader in biotechnology
Tsukuba Science City in Japan is home to some 50 institutes
Why the invisibility cloak is no longer just the stuff of science fiction and fantasy
A new 'golden era' of dinosaur fossil discovery has been predicted by scientists
A report on the Indian space programme
The emergence of India as a mjor player in the fields of pharmaceuticals and biotechnology
A series of programmes looking at India's scientific and technology industries
Indian President Dr Abdul Kalam talks about science and science education
The big ideas that attempt to answer the question - when did Homo sapiens first appear?
Big questions concerning the origin of life, one of the most fundamental questions
Can there ever be an all embracing, coherent grand theory of everything?
The truth behind the hype associated with new treatments
The Northwick Park Drug trial that ended in disaster and forced a worldwide review
Report from Christian Medical College and Hospital in India
Exploring the life and work of Canadian inventor, Reginald Fessenden
Looking at the Mars Exploration Rovers - Spirit and Opportunity - launched in 2003
Understanding the teenage brain
Are there other planets out in the universe that can support life?
Report on the X Prize Cup, a competition that hopes to send a new craft into space
A report on the X Prize Cup
How mathematics and physics have allowed the development of computer technology
The evolution of computing
The 'unfillable holes' in mathematics
History of automating arithmetic and how this has changed our lives.
The deserts of southern Kazakhstan support a surprising amount of life
The important role of the worldwide army of amateur astronomers
Sue Nelson joins the armies of volunteers who call themselves Citizen Scientists
A visit to New Orleans to see how the city is rebuilding its flood defences
The communication hardware used to connect the world
A look at the evolution of the radio