Rebekah Kennedy explores the history of equine dentistry, from Aristotle to modern molecular microbiology.
Artificial vision is closer than you might have imagined. Discover how scientists are innovating new ways to treat blindness.
Investigating the mysterious death of a young Guinean boy who holds the key to understanding the 2014 Ebola outbreak.
With the need for a carbon neutral, non-finite energy ever growing, could geothermal energy be the energy source that provides for the UK?
We all have an idea of what viruses are; not the malicious programs that infect our laptops, but the infectious agents that cause diseases like Ebola or the flu. These biological viruses are generally smaller than bacteria, consisting of a small amount of genetic material (DNA or RNA) and an outer
From pesticides in your food to government policy, Alastair Davy discusses the issues surrounding microplastics.
Kaitlyn Hair plunges into the microscopic world of the gut flora and questions how much influence our guts really have on our feelings.
Kirsty McLean investigates an unconventional drug delivery system that seems more science fiction than science fact.