Dorothy Hodgkin and her lover wrestle with the internal structure of complex molecules.
In the 1940s, Dorothy made more scientific strides even with a baby.
Dorothy's reputation grew post-war, conquering the structure of penicillin.
Dorothy becomes the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1964.
Global infertility: Could The Handmaid’s Tale become reality?
What could cause mass infertility? Marnie Chesterton investigates
Fish schools and windfarm
The way hundreds of fish move together may help the design of wind turbines #30Animals
Tim Weeks explores the weird and wonderful world of Wiltshire online.
Game On - Not in Köln but talking about Warsaw, and Cyberpunk Red
Peter Allison's been hands on with Cyberpunk Red
Motor Neurone Disease Research in Wales
Alice Roberts looks at how scientists in Wales are at the centre of healthcare research.