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Is climate change driving Europe’s current heatwave?
Scientists are unpicking the influence of anthropogenic forces on this event as it happens
Analysing the European heatwave
An analysis of weather and climate variables shows global warming had a role
'Free' water and electricity for the world?
The solar panel which simultaneously produces electricity and purifies water
The moon landing and another big space anniversary
The comet Shoemaker – Levy 9 spectacularly crashed into Jupiter 25 years ago.
The human danger – for sharks
A global appetite for shark meat and fins threatens these iconic predators
The snowball effect of Arctic fires
The long term consequences of the intense burning across the region
Keeping tabs on nuclear weapons
Can science overcome the political impasse in nuclear proliferation policy?
Cracking the case of the Krakatoa volcano collapse
Scientists investigate the precise physical events around last year’s lethal eruption.
Amazonian fires likely to worsen
Is it going to be a particularly bad burning season for Brazil’s rainforest?
Nanotube computer says hello
A 16bit computer processor made of carbon nanotubes is unveiled to the world.
New evidence of nuclear reactor explosion
An isotopic fingerprint is reported of a nuclear explosion in Russia last month
Embryoids from stem cells
Embryoids from stem cells; water vapour in atmosphere of rocky exoplanet;
South East Asia choking - again
Why even staying indoors offers no escape from fires across the region
Global climate inaction
The latest climate report look like earlier ones, where is the call to action?
Drought likely to follow India’s floods
Despite extreme rainfall, climate scientists predict drought in India within months.
From batteries to distant worlds
Nobel Prize wins for a range of well-known discoveries
Malaria's origins and a potential new treatment
How malaria jumped from great apes to humans and why Antarctica may hold a new treatment
Euan and Helen explore the sounds of nature, a low carbon future and spiders galore
The sounds of nature, a low carbon future and spiders galore
5 live Science
Ebola, an atom sized guitar and turbo charged immunity.
Jo Durrant's Beautiful Universe (20/10/2019)
Jo presents the show this week from the 70th anniversary Cheltenham Literature Festival.
Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist team with science news stories and analysis.
Alan Stennett with farming community news, issues and prices.