Giles Yeo reveals the role our genes play in the obesity epidemic. Read more
Giles Yeo on how our genes can make us fat
Giles Yeo reveals the role our genes play in the obesity epidemic.
Anne Johnson on the importance of public health
From HIV to influenza and Covid-19, why prevention is better than cure.
Jane Hurst on the secret life of mice
Jane Hurst reveals how mice are ruled by their noses.
Richard Bentall on the causes of mental ill health
Why madness is in the world not in us. Prof Richard Bentall talks about his life and work.
Sarah Bridle on the carbon footprint of food
Why did a rising star in the study of dark energy turn her attention to climate change?
Mark Spencer on how plants solve crimes
Inside the mind of a forensic botanist, Mark Spencer.
Theresa Marteau on how to change behaviour
Prof Dame Theresa Marteau tells Jim Al-Khalili about her life and work.
Professor Martin Sweeting, inventor of microsatellites
How Martin Sweeting made a satellite on his kitchen table.