What is BBC Future? Well, for starters we are about so much more than making predictions.

Our mission statement is simple:

"Making you smarter every day."

BBC Future was born because you told us you wanted more in-depth coverage of science, health and technology – so we aim to provide expert analysis and features about the big ideas shaping the world, and the new insights challenging what we think we know about ourselves.

We are not a futurology website (although we dabble). We are a guide to how to live more intelligently in a fast-changing world. A home for the insatiably curious.

We are a guide to how to live more intelligently in a fast-changing world

Our interests are broad – as we're sure yours are too – so we cover everything from brains and bodies to tomorrow's transport; from everyday science to the limits of the possible and the frontiers of human endeavour.

Every page you visit here should expand your mind. Have a look around.

And if you don’t find what you’re looking for, ask us a question via the usual channels: FacebookTwitterLinkedIn, Instagram, delivery drone or brain-to-brain communication.

Who’s who at BBC Future:

Richard Fisher – Editor  

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Stephen Dowling – Associate Editor 

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David Robson – Writer 

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Douglas Heaven – Associate editor/Editor of Future Now

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Contributor / Column:

Adam Hadhazy / Ultimate Limits 

Chris Baraniuk / The Secret World Of…

Christian Jarrett / Personology

Claudia Hammond / Medical Myths

Helen Thomson / Incredible Humans

Hyperdrive

Jason G Goldman / Body Matters

Katia Moskvitch / Journey: Upgraded

Rachel Nuwer / What If...

Richard Hollingham / Space Station

Tomorrow’s Lives

Tiffanie Wen / Experimentality

Tom Stafford / Neurohacks

Veronique Greenwood / Taste of Tomorrow

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