Real life medi-gel, genetically engineered animals and simulated environments for war games. There is a lot of science fiction in the Hunger games, but there is also some which are becoming science facts thanks to hard working scientists!
This week we celebrate China's successful landing of the Chang'e-3 probe and it's rover Yutu, along with the ESA's latest galaxy watcher Gaia, and how you can solve the mysteries of black holes just by fiddling with your phone!
We zoom into our second racing special, where we talk about nitrous and turbo, spoilers and illegally charging your car. How do we get cars to race so fast, but stay safe? Tune in and rev up for the second part of this special.
It's Part 1 of our Racing Special, where we discuss how to keep cars safe even when they are driving fast and furiously. We talk about which seat is safest in the car, how we design cars to be safe, and how we harness explosives to help us in collisions.
Could dragons exist? This week we discuss the science of dragons and dinosaurs, how T-Rex evolved and overcame the King of Gore, and could warm blooded dinosaurs be a reality?