While the 2019 Nobel Prizes are being announced, Kate Haining delves into the quirky side of science with the Ig Nobel Prizes
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Hollie Wright investigates new technology which could improve the reliability of trains.
Frances Osis investigates claims that new 5G networks could interfere with our ability to predict the weather.
Small bodies beyond Jupiter have been found to have Saturn-like rings, but the possible mechanisms keeping the rings confined can be pretty unusual.
3D-printed organs from patient’s own cells are becoming a reality that could open the doors to a new era in regenerative medicine.
Dzachary Zainudden delivers an insight into the role of pathogenic germs in paving the way for diseases to spread from plate to people.
Roselle Smith explores the harm plastic waste causes to seabirds and explains their difficulty in distinguishing plastic from food.