BBC Science Focus Collection: The Big Ideas in Science



In this issue of BBC Science Focus Collection the big ideas in Science are simply explained.

Big ideas rarely pop into being fully formed, out of nowhere. More often than not, they’re gradually constructed, sometimes over very long periods of time. One small thought leads to another, connections are made, questions are posed and potential answers present themselves as an idea slowly begins to take shape. An idea that might change the way we see the world.

This issue explains wormholes, microbiome profiling, quantum physics, neuromodulation, dark matter, Schrodinger’s cat, gene drives, artificial intelligence, Moore’s law, the big bang, free will & time travel.

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