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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.
Thought-to-speech machine, City Nature Challenge, Science of Storytelling
Thought-to-speech machine, City Nature Challenge, the Science of Storytelling
Sex, gender and sport - the Caster Semenya case and the latest Denisovan discovery
Sex, gender and sport - the Caster Semenya case; the latest Denisovan discovery in Tibet
Forensic science provision, optimal garden watering strategy, and a mystery knee bone
Forensic science provision, an optimal garden watering strategy, and a mystery knee bone.
Hubble Not-So Constant, Synthetic E. Coli, The Adventures of Alexander von Humboldt
New CFC emissions, Cannabis and the Environment, The Noisy Cocktail Party, Automated Face Recognition
New CFC emissions, Cannabis and Yeast, A Noisy Cocktail Party, Automated Face Recognition.
Inside Science Shorts
Fallout from the CRISPR-baby scandal - what's next for human genome editing?
The role of testosterone on athletic performance.
Evolutionary History of the Human Face
Adam Rutherford on the ever-changing human face.
The Science of Storytelling
Adam Rutherford on why humans are story-telling machines.
How maths underpins science
How mathematics underpins science, recorded at the Hay Festival.
CCR5 Mutation Effects, The Surrey Earthquake Swarm, Animal Emotions
CCR5 mutation effects, the Surrey earthquake swarm, Mama’s Last Hug by Frans de Waal.
Net-Zero carbon target, Science Policy Under Thatcher, Screen time measures
Gareth Mitchell discusses a new carbon emissions target, and Science Policy Under Thatcher
Rinderpest destruction, Noise and birdsong, Science as entertainment
Destroying rinderpest virus, how noise confuses birds, and science as light entertainment.
Global Food Security, Reactive Use-By Labels, Origins of the Potato
Global Food Security, a threat to wheat, future use-by labels and origins of the potato.
X-Rays on Mercury, Monkey Tools, Music of Molecules, AI Drivers
Summer Science from the Royal Society: a trip to Mercury, Music of Molecules, and AI Cars.
Earliest modern human skull, Analysing moon rocks, Viruses lurking in our genomes
Earliest modern human skull, analysing moon rocks, and viruses lurking in our genomes.
Turing on the new £50 note, Moon landing on the radio, 25 years since Shoemaker-Levy comet
Turing on the new £50 note, moon landing on the radio, 25 years since Shoemaker-Levy comet
False positives in genetic test kits, Impact of fishing on ocean sharks, Sex-change fish
False positives in genetic test kits, impact of fishing on sharks, and sex-change species.
Lovelock at 100; Hydrothermal vents and antibiotic resistance in the environment
James Lovelock at 100, hydrothermal vents and antibiotic resistance in the environment
Making the UK's dams safe, AI spots fake smiles, How many trees should we be planting?
Making the UK's dams safe; AI spots fake smiles and how many trees should we be planting?
UK power cut, Huge dinosaur find in Wyoming, Micro-plastics in Arctic snow
UK power cut, huge dinosaur find in Wyoming and micro-plastics in Arctic snow
UK's black squirrels' genetic heritage; nuclear fusion in the UK and the Royal Society's science book prize
UK's black squirrels' genetic heritage; nuclear fusion and the Royal Society's book prize.
Amazon fires, Royal Society Book Prize shortlist announced, John Gribben on quantum physics
Amazon fires, Royal Society Book Prize shortlist, and John Gribben on quantum physics.
Inventing GPS, Carbon nanotube computer, Steven Strogatz and Monty Lyman discuss calculus and skin
Inventing GPS, carbon nanotube computer, RS Prize shortlisted books on calculus and skin.
Model embryos from stem cells, Paul Steinhardt's book on impossible crystals, Mother Thames
Model embryos, Paul Steinhardt's book on impossible crystals and Mother Thames.
MOSAiC Arctic super-expedition, Likely extinction of the Bahama nuthatch, Tim Smedley's book on air pollution
MOSAiC expedition, Bahama nuthatch and Tim Smedley's book on air pollution.
Oceans, ice and climate change; Neolithic baby bottles; Caroline Criado-Perez wins RS Book Prize
Oceans, ice and climate change; Neolithic baby bottles; and Caroline Criado Perez
HIV protective gene paper retraction, Imaging ancient Herculaneum scrolls, Bill Bryson's The Body
HIV protective gene paper retraction, imaging Herculaneum scrolls, Bill Bryson's The Body.
Extinction Rebellion, UK net zero emissions and climate change; Nobel Prizes
XR protest – how best to reach net zero emissions? And science and culture of Nobel Prizes
Ebola model, Partula snails, Malaria origin
Ebola model, partula snails, malaria origin.
Organic farming emissions; Staring at seagulls; Salt and dementia
Agriculture and greenhouse gases: We answer your questions
African genomes sequenced; Space weather; sports head injuries
African genomes sequenced; Space weather; sports head injuries.
Fracking moratorium; Bloodhound; Big Compost Experiment; transit of Mercury
Soils and floods, Air pollution and ultra-low emission zones, detecting the drug Spice
Soils and floods, air pollution and ultra-low emission zones, detecting the drug Spice
With Sue Kinnear
Rhiannon Fitz-Gerald sits in, hearing about a major survey into the state of insect life.
14/11/19 Flooding, mussels, election special from a livestock market
Flood-hit farmers; mussel producing at sea; what will get the livestock farmer's vote?
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Cynhadledd flynyddol HCC.
Dr Karl: The Moon, Particle Physics, and Quantum computers
Why are some bits of the moon darker than others? What's the large hadron collider for?
Community Resilience in Toppesfield
Helen Mark meets the thriving community of Toppesfield.