What is a mine ‘tailing’s dam’, and why has its collapse lead to deaths?
Brazil’s Mining Disaster
Why Speed Matters in Earthquakes
Last September’s earthquake in Indonesia was so destructive due to its speed
Detecting earthquakes with Fibre Optics
How a system designed to carry TV and internet traffic can help detect earthquakes
Race and racism in science teaching
Can racism in the way science is taught affect research outcomes?
Rising methane levels impact climate change
Methane levels are on the rise, which could exacerbate the problem of climate change
How humans are changing chimpanzee behaviour
Interactions with humans lead to chimpanzees displaying less complex behaviours
Volcanic activity in the Comoros Islands
Undersea tremors in French Indian Ocean territory
What were the factors which contributed to the intensity of this extreme weather event?
What are Saturn’s moons made of?
The tiny moons of Saturn are getting bigger thanks to debris from Saturn’s rings
The day the dinosaurs died
Fossil evidence shows the effect of a deadly asteroid impact which changed the world
Black Holes: The heart of darkness
Scientists have for the first time captured an image of a Black Hole.
The Zombie Pig Brain
What are the ethical concerns behind the so-called “Zombie Pig Brain”?
Jim Crumley and the River Ythan
Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith with Jim Crumley and the River Ythan.
Bryn Tomos a'i westeion yn trafod natur, bywyd gwyllt a chadwraeth.
Getting Portrush Ready For The Open
Anne Marie meets David Jackson, who's making sure the seaside resort is 'Open Ready'
Mark and Euan explore the river Ythan in Aberdeenshire from source to sea taking in castles, wildlife and a spot of canoeing
Mark and Euan explore the river Ythan from source to sea including a canoe journey on it
10, 9, 8, 7
10, 9, 8, 7: The dramatic missions that made the Moon landing possible