In BBC Inside Science, Dr Adam Rutherford, colleagues and guests illuminate the mysteries and challenge the controversies behind the science that's changing our world.
On this week's episode:
- Fracking follow-up: Listener comments from last week's episode and an interview with Keving Anderson from the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research
- Uncertainty in science: Following the recent IPCC report that demonstrates 95% certainty that climate change is man-made
- Menopause genetics: With possible new treatment to reverse menopause, the programme asks: what has the menopause done for us?
- Show us your instrument: Dan Faircloth of Rutherford Appleton Labs shows us the ISIS particle accelerator
Listen to BBC BBC Inside Science
Tune in to BBC Radio 4 on Thursday 3 October at 16:30 to listen to this week's programme. More information and a link to listen again later will be available from the BBC's Inside Science pages.