Adam Rutherford on the DNA revolution in our understanding of human evolution.
Ancient DNA and Human Evolution
Tabby's Star, Space 2018, Mosquito sounds, C diff and food additive link
Strange star seeks an explanation that doesn't involve alien civilisation
Sanchi oil tanker, Gut gas-monitoring pill and Chimpanzee portraits
Sanchi oil tanker, Gut gas sensor, Do babies look like their fathers?, Neanderthal sex.
African swine fever, Oil spill update, CRISPR gene editing, Rat eradication in New Zealand, Chimp kin recognition
Adam Rutherford investigates the news in science and science in the news.
Did typhoid kill the Aztecs, DNA stored in Bitcoin, Glow-in-the-dark plants and levitating humans
Did typhoid kill the Aztecs? DNA and Bitcoin, Glow-in-the-dark plants, Human levitation.
Scientists on Trial
Scientists under threat in Turkey.
Democracy in Space
How space science is getting down with the kids.
Shipping air pollution; Cheddar Man; Millirobots in the body;Dog brain training
Shipping air pollution; Cheddar Man; millirobots in the body; dog brain training.
Science after Brexit
Post-Brexit science funding, the Great pot invasion, Hurricane bells and Dancing worms.
Is the current weather really so unusual?
Russian Spy Poisoning
What are nerve agents and what antidotes are available?
With Brexit approaching, what stance will the UK take on bee-harming pesticides?
Data scraping, Future of the Sea report, Cleaning up space junk, Dinosaur eggs and nests.
Genes and education, John Goodenough, Caring bears and hunting
Adam Rutherford looks at the latest study on genetics and education.
Stephen Hawking Tribute
Adam Rutherford presents a special tribute to the science of Stephen Hawking.
Pesticides in British Farming
How widespread is pesticide use in British farming? Adam Rutherford presents.
Plastic-eating bacteria, Foam mattresses for crops, The evolved life aquatic, The Double Helix
Adam Rutherford investigates the plastic-eating bacteria in the news this week.
Human Consciousness: Could a brain in a dish become sentient?
Could a brain grown in a dish become sentient? Adam Rutherford investigates.
Antarctic, Kew, Paleogenomics, Sea birds
Antarctic glacier collapse and rising sea levels plus Adam asks who owns ancient DNA.
Rat eradication; elephant talk; the rise of the dinosaurs; physics of snooker
Why eradicate every rat on South Georgia?
Face Recognition, ‘Thug’ plants, Cancer Funding Inequalities, Feynman’s 100th birthday
How good is face recognition technology? Adam Rutherford investigates.
CO2 and rice, Underground farming, Ancient interstellar asteroid, Microplastics air pollution
Will rising CO2 levels make rice less nutritous?
Adam Rutherford and guests at the Hay Festival on what science learns when things go wrong
Dinosaur auction, Who owns the genes of the ocean life, Cancer immunotherapy
Should dinosaurs be sold to the high bidder?
Antarctic melt speeds up, Antarctica's future, Cryo-acoustics, Narwhals
Antarctica's ice melt is speeding up. What does this mean for rising global sea levels?
The Large Hadron Collider Upgrade, Voltaglue, Cambridge Zoology Museum, Francis Willughby
The Large Hadron Collider Upgrade, Voltaglue, Cambridge Zoology Museum, Francis Willughby.
Hyabusa mission; ProtoDUNE neutrino detector; Caledonian crow skills; Koala microbiome
Adam Rutherford discusses the latest space mission to grab samples from an asteroid.
Northern white rhino preservation, Deep sea earthquake detection, Twitter's rare Heuchera discovery, Human roars
Preserving white rhino, deep sea earthquake detection, Twitter's plant find, human roars.
Out of Africa, Predicting future heatwaves, Virtual reality molecules, Life in the dark
Out of Africa, predicting future heatwaves, virtual reality molecules, life in the dark.
Peatbog wildfires, Coral acoustics, Magdalena Skipper, Fuelling long-term space travel
Peatbog wildfires, coral acoustics, Magdalena Skipper and fuelling long-term space travel.
Liquid water on Mars, Early embryo development, Earth Biogenome Project, Marine wilderness
Liquid water on Mars, Early embryo development, Earth Biogenome Project, Marine Wilderness
Parker solar probe, Diversity in the lab, Royal Society book prize, Arctic circle weather
Parker solar probe, Diversity in the lab, Royal Society book prize, Arctic circle weather.
New Horizons' next mission, Helium at 150, The Beautiful Cure, Oden arctic expedition
New Horizons next mission, helium at 150, The Beautiful Cure, Oden arctic expedition.
Capturing greenhouse gas, Beating heart failure with beetroot, Why elephants don't get cancer, Exactly - a history of precision
Why elephants don't get cancer, Exactly - a history of precision
Cavendish banana survival; Guillemot egg shape; Unexpected Truth About Animals; Tambora's rainstorm
Banana survival; Guillemot egg shape; Unexpected Truth About Animals; Tambora rainstorm
Electronic brain probe; Rural stream biodiversity; Arctic weather research trip; Science book prize
Electronic brain probe; River biodiversity; Arctic weather expedition; Science book prize
Complexity in Biology
Adam Rutherford wrestles with biological complexity with help from guests in Dublin.
First human drawing, Cycling genes, Oden Arctic expedition, Hello World
First human drawing; cycling genes; Oden Arctic expedition; Hello World.
Science of Addiction
Adam Rutherford looks at the art and science of addiction at the Science Gallery London.
Hyabusa 2 at Ryugu, deadly 1918 flu pandemic; WW2 bombing and ionosphere, teenage brain
Hayabusa2, the deadly 1918 flu pandemic, WW2 bombing and the ionosphere, the teenage brain
Nobel Prizes - Hayabusa 2 latest - IPCC meeting - North Pole science
IPCC report, Cairngorms Connect project, grass pea, the Sun exhibition at Science Museum
Old Dogs and Physics in Space
The dogs of Neolithic farmers and rocket science.
Science and Brexit, Antibiotic livestock growth promoters, Bepicolombo goes to Mercury
Royal Society President Venki Ramakrishnan on UK science and Brexit.
Repairing potholes, Ozone hole, Internet of hives, Drugs from fingerprints
Repairing potholes, ozone hole, internet of hives and drugs from fingerprints.
Oldest cave picture; the Anthropocene under London; a new scientist for the £50 note
Oldest cave picture, the Anthropocene under London and a new scientist for the £50 note.
Bovine TB and badger culling, Shrimp hoover CSI, Shark-skin and Turing
Bovine TB and badger culling; shrimp hoover CSI; shark-skin and Turing patterning.
Mars InSight mission, Detecting dark matter, Redefining the kilogram, Bovine TB
Mars InSight mission, detecting dark matter, redefining the kg and more on bovine TB.
Gene-edited twins, Placenta organoids in a dish, When the last leaves drop
Gene-edited twins; placenta organoids in a dish; when the last leaves drop.
Greenland ice sheet melting; Gingko biloba and CO2; Jodrell Bank and quantum compass
Greenland ice sheet melting; gingko biloba and CO2; Jodrell Bank and Quantum compass.
Control of AI, Deep carbon, ICESat-2, Autonauts in Antarctica, Rapid evolution in Khoe San
Vivienne Ming says be wary of how artificial intelligence is making decisions for us.
Fish Farming and Climate Change, Gigantic Fungus, Robot Swarms, Gaming in Schools, Drones
Rachel Norman says that climate change will influence what fish we can farm in the future.
First stars, Life on Mars, Climate update, Control of CRISPR, Jamestown forensic genetics
2018 in space, climate science and genetics with Adam Rutherford and guests.
Ultima Thule, Dry January, Periodic Table
The latest on Nasa's Ultima Thule mission and the science behind Dry January
Antarctic lake drilling, Birds and climate change, Cold snap, Holograms
Antarctic lake drilling, birds and climate change, cold snap, and holograms.
Clean Air Strategy, Fast Radio Bursts and Kuba Kingdom
Leonardo's drawings, Super-Mendelian inheritance in mice, The Weddell Sea Expedition
Leonardo's drawings, Super-Mendelian inheritance in mice and the Weddell Sea Expedition
Sprinting Neanderthals, Geodynamo, Spreading Sneezes and Dying Hares
Sprinting Neanderthals, geodynamo, spreading sneezes and dying hares.
Sea Level Rise, Equine Flu, Generator Bricks, Iberian Genes
Antarctic ice melting and sea level, equine flu, generator bricks, and Iberian gene maps.
Insect decline, Gut microbiome, Geomagnetic switching
Insect decline, gut microbiome and geomagnetic switching.
Mars - rovers v humans? Forests and carbon, Ethiopian bush crow
Goodbye Mars Opportunity rover - what's next? Forests and carbon, Ethiopian bush crow
Falling carbon and rising methane; Unsung heroes at the Crick
Falling carbon and rising methane, and unsung heroes at the Francis Crick Institute.
A cure for HIV? Sleepy flies, Secrets of the Fukushima disaster, Science fact checking
A cure for HIV? Sleepy flies, secrets of the Fukushima disaster and science fact checking
Rules and ethics of genome editing, Gender, sex and sport, Hog roasts at Stonehenge
Rules and ethics of genome editing, gender, sex and sport, and hog roasts at Stonehenge.
Where next World Wide Web? Space rocks and worms
UK pollinating insect numbers, Tracking whales using barnacles, Sleep signals
UK pollinating insect numbers, tracking whales using barnacles and sleep signals.
Cretaceous catastrophe fossilised, LIGO and Virgo, Corals, Forensic shoeprint database
Cretaceous catastrophe fossilised, LIGO and Virgo, corals and forensic shoeprint database
Visualising a black hole, Homo luzonensis, Two ways to overcome antimicrobial resistance
Notre-Dame fire, Reviving pig brains, ExoMars, Evolution of faces
Notre-Dame fire, reviving pig brains, ExoMars and evolution of faces.
Horse-track systems, Public on farms, Leigh Court Farm
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.
Ffrae dros gig oen o Seland Newydd ar silffoedd Tesco dros y Pasg
Pâr ifanc i briodi yn y Sioe Frenhinol
Could Britain Feed Itself?
Could Britain feed itself? Tom Heap investigates the pros and cons of self-sufficiency.
Dave Gorman and Sid Waddell chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.
Can tech help rebuild Notre-Dame?
How Glasgow School of Art has used tech to rebuild their historic Mackintosh building.