CCR5 mutation effects, the Surrey earthquake swarm, Mama’s Last Hug by Frans de Waal.
CCR5 Mutation Effects, The Surrey Earthquake Swarm, Animal Emotions
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
What's in a Label?
Why a mental health diagnosis can carry its own health warning.
Would the world be better without social media?
Comedians Russell Kane and Aurie Styla discuss with digital media expert Dr Fiona Scott.
Why Dundee in Scotland is a hub of videogaming creativity.
Sister Sledge, Landmark and Campervan cooking
Featuring Sister Sledge, Wee Hansel and Gretel and advice on campervan cooking.
Where’s my time machine?
When will sci fi’s favourite technologies become reality?