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Adam Rutherford toasts microbial 'terroir', the fungi and bacteria that make grapes unique
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The citizen science army who've logged 19 million birds for the new UK Ireland Bird Atlas.
How DNA matching techniques can help identify those who perished in Typhoon Haiyan.
Dr Lucie Green on putting your sequenced DNA, your personal genome, on the internet.
Dust in space - Dr Lucie Green on the LADEE Moon Mission and the perils of moon dirt.
Adam Rutherford asks how radioactive waste from Hinkley C nuclear plant will be dealt with
Robert Plomin on why Michael Gove's advisor is right to highlight genetics in education.
With the US government on lockdown, Dr Adam Rutherford considers the risks for science.
Adam Rutherford explores the science behind the menopause and the uncertainty of science.
Adam Rutherford tackles the subject of fracking in the UK, sorting myth from science fact.