16 March 2016
Kat Arney discovers the compound that first coloured the Chicago river green for St Patrick’s Day
9 March 2016
What do hygienic work surfaces have in common with 19th century French violins? Brian Clegg finds out.
2 March 2016
Too much cola can mess with your brain. The effects of excess brominated vegetable oil explained
24 February 2016
Oseltamivir, or Tamiflu, stockpiling during the 2009 H1N1 epidemic highlighted significant problems with drugs trials policy
17 February 2016
Flibanserin was touted to be the female Viagra. Martha Henriques explains why it failed to live up to the hype.
9 February 2016
Michael Freemantle relates the history arolein, a poor tear gas with unexpected benefits
3 February 2016
Raychelle Burks explains how the scent of cedar wood can be used to destroy pests
27 January 2016
Kat Arney shines a light on the fluorescent DNA marker
19 January 2016
Michael Freemantle tells us of discovery that lit the homes and put the food on the table of millions of people
13 January 2016
Martha Henriques explains how compounds developed to keep parasites at bay may be protecting rhinos from poachers
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