Matter and anti-matter should be in balance, but they’re not – so what else is out there?
Watch the five finalists vying for the BBC Focus prize at the inaugural film festival by the Bristol & Bath branch of the British Science Association.
You need to know a bit about bokeh to answer this question.
In China, fireworks were traditionally used to scare off evil spirits, but the science behind their beautiful colours is anything but supernatural.
Helium makes your voice go high, but how close balloons go to space will surprise you.
LIGO scientists discover gravitational waves, completing the final puzzle of Einstein’s theory of General Relativity and opening the door to a new era of astronomy.
It was 100 years ago that Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves, are we just about to prove it?
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk makes yet another bold attempt to safely bring back a Falcon 9 rocket to earth. This time he was so close, yet so far.
Perhaps if we all blow really hard, will that help too?
Father Christmas - your mission is to visit 800 million children in 200 million homes spread over 3x1013m2 of land around
the world in only 34 hours. Good luck!
Eat ice cream if you want to go faster! Up to a point that is...
We'll let you know in a jiffy...
The Special Theory of Relativity - It can seem mind-bending to get your head around, but 18-year-old high school student Ryan Chester has successfully explained it in fun way, including cars and popcorn!
Helium is not the only gas to change the sound of your voice.
Marmite's all white if you whip it up right.
In Back to the Future, Marty McFly faces some mind-warping time travel paradoxes. John Gribbin explains the science behind time travel in the movies and whether travelling through time is possible.
Try as you might, they won't melt.
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