How rational people can hold irrational beliefs and why ‘luck’ may be a state of mind
What Makes Us Superstitious?
What are the Limits of Human Endurance?
CrowdScience joins a 246km running race in search of the secrets of human endurance
Could Bionic Eyes Help Me See Again?
CrowdScience takes a look at life with artificial vision
How Do We Deal with Nuclear Waste?
CrowdScience travels deep underground to visit one final resting place for nuclear waste.
Can We Make an Artificial Womb?
Exploring what we would need to make a baby outside the body
Which Language is Most Efficient?
Marnie Chesterton attempts to apply science and evidence to the art of speech
Do You Smell What I Smell?
Anand Jagatia sets out to discover why we can’t all agree when we follow our noses
Is Soil The Secret to Slowing Climate Change?
CrowdScience goes digging to find out how soil could help keep CO2 out of the air
Why do Women Live Longer than Men?
Marnie Chesterton examines how men and women age differently
Is There a Logic to Romantic Love?
Can science explain why romantic rejection hurts?
How Much Energy Can I Burn by Thinking?
Could we lose weight just by exercising our brain?
What is the Future of Space Travel?
Crowdscience goes interstellar to examine the future of space travel
How Bird-Like Were Dinosaurs?
Birds are dinosaurs, but did their extinct relatives move, look, or sing like they do?
Can Volcanoes Power the World?
Eruptions cause chaos and destruction, but could they also be an energy source?
Why Can’t I Remember My Accident?
CrowdScience goes hunting for lost memories
Why Do We Bury Our Dead?
The practice of burial stretches back deep into prehistory, but how did it evolve?
Is Recycling All Our Waste at Home Possible?
Could we recycle all of our unwanted household materials ourselves?
Could a ‘zombie’ virus kill us all?
Might ancient ice from the Antarctic depths contain deadly viruses?
Where was the last place humans made home?
Our species started in Africa, but what was the last habitable landmass we reached?
Does brain size matter?
Why have a big brain if a small one would do?
What do clouds feel like?
We turn our gaze skywards to tackle three questions about what’s going on above us
Why am I shy?
Is shyness written in our genes, or more to do with our upbringing?
When will an African visit Mars?
We head to South Africa’s biggest science festival for a debate before a live audience
Why do we like some animals and hate others?
What makes us fawn over a puppy, but run away from rats?
Kingfisher and bullet train
The story of the bird and the engineer. How the kingfisher inspired the design of a train
Housing, spring vegetables, sheep herding by drone
A new report identifies brownfield sites in England that can accommodate a million homes
Addewid gan Lywodraeth Cymru i adolygu deddfwriaeth tenantiaeth fferm
Lindsey Chapman's Living World From the Archives - Hares
Lindsey Chapman updates this Living World on brown hares in Hertfordshire. From 2011