Medical Myths / 28 September 2014
Is going to the dentist every six months really necessary for good oral health? Claudia Hammond investigates.
22 July 2014
Marooned on an island, if you threw a message-in-a-bottle into the ocean, would you be saved? The answer, according to researchers, depends on where you are.
Uniquely Human / 10 April 2014
The way we eat, cook, explore and interact with others can influence our genes, says Jason G Goldman. So how will modern culture shape our children?
Mosaic@Future / 25 March 2014
Our best drug hope for tackling the global killer is becoming resistant in a tiny region in south-east Asia. What happens next will decide the fate of millions.
Science/Fiction / 11 June 2013
There’s a vast amount of fun to be had with the possibilities that other universes exist, so how should we react to claims that some of these might be real?
In Depth / 21 September 2012
The scientists, companies and "soundscapers" on a quest to make our society quieter and less stressful.
In Depth / 16 August 2012
The controversial project that could decide once and for all whether these mythical beasts really do exist.
The Real Risk / 06 July 2012
Our resident statistician David Spiegelhalter sifts through the data to discover how much is being swallowed, smoked, snorted or injected.
In Depth / 28 May 2012
Around the world, a growing band of enthusiasts are hacking machines’ hardware and software to breathe new life into a familiar game.
The Real Risk / 23 May 2012
As high-profile cases have shown, causes, coincidences and effects mean that balancing risks and benefits is not always a straightforward task.