What will Juno unearth beneath Jupiter's surface?
Two hundred years after the publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, could science finally let us rebuild ourselves?
Microscopic devices could soon be travelling around our bodies, constantly scanning for signs of disease.
Unmanned aerial vehicles are helping us to explore exciting environments for the first time, including the Amazon rainforest and huge Vietnamese caves.
Post-Fukushima, is there a future for nuclear power? The technology’s moved on, but can public concerns about safety be assuaged?
A major new search for extraterrestrial life is getting underway… but what are we going to do if we actually succeed? And indeed, is it even a good idea to be looking at all?
In the January 2016 edition of BBC Focus Magazine: drone racing, the fallout from Dieselgate, a preview of the year 2016 in science and technology, and will we be able to beat disease before we are born?
In the Christmas 2015 edition of BBC Focus Magazine: the lands that man forgot, the science behind earworms, we interview British astronaut Tim Peak, and was 2015 the best ever year for science?
In the December 2015 edition of BBC Focus Magazine: Einstein's Theory of Relativity on trial, the end of work, biohacking, and the invasion of the lionfish.
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