Sue Broom meets the scientists using GM technology to control animal disease.
Geoff Watts explores new techniques in gene therapy for cystic fibrosis.
What will it mean to us once scientists are eventually able to recreate life from scratch?
What is the future of graphene and other two-dimensional materials?
Follow the creation of the world’s first A.I. robot artist
The impact of the electroencephalograph (EEG), which made brain waves visible.
Could artificial intelligence reinvent capitalism?
Shelina Janmohamed discusses the impact of AI on religion.
How we should respond to the ways in which AI is transforming our world.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss artificial intelligence.
Melvyn Bragg investigates artificial intelligence; can a computer imitate the human mind?
Brian and Robin talk artificial intelligence with Jo Brand, Anil Seth and Alan Winfield.
Jonathan visits Edinburgh University for a crash course in AI.
Melvyn Bragg examines whether we are near to achieving the thinking, feeling computer.
Discussion programme that gives listeners a new way to understand a controversial issue.
Adam Rutherford and Francine Stock return in a new edition of the film and science special
Peter Evans investigates a new, yet controversial field of synthetic biology.
Would you eat artificial meat, grown in the lab? Geoff Watts investigates.
Andrea Sella on the race to find a cheap inorganic way to mimic nature's green stuff.
A look at the new green fuels and how the technology can best be utilised.
Blockchain: a digital technology that some say could become as disruptive as the internet.
Can computer algorithms predict and even prevent future crime?
Transforming biosciences with particles just a few billionths of a metre across.
Have computers finally passed the Turing test, convincing us they themselves are human?
Nadene Ghouri investigates how meat from the offspring of a cloned cow was eaten in the UK
A story of the discovery of genetic scissors that accidentally enabled fast gene editing.
Can science offer us a realistic prospect of immortality and would it be desirable?
Demis Hassabis tells Jim Al-Khalili why he wants to create artificial intelligence.
Lesley Curwen explores how digital disruption could impact developing economies.
Jack Stewart meets the engineers inventing vehicles that drive themselves.