Science and Technology

The idea of choosing your baby's hair and eye colour, IQ, height, weight and talents fills most of us with a sense of horror, evoking memories of Nazi breeding programmes from the 1930s.

This Landline Special covers issues relating to Drought, Aquaculture and the Murray-Darling Basin, as broadcast over the past 5 years.


This special Landline compile looks at how technology and climate change have affected farming practices over the past 5 years.

What caused the dramatic mid air explosion on board the Qantas super jumbo? Sarah Ferguson's gripping account of how a single engine part almost brought down the pride of the Qantas fleet.

The Articular Surface Replacement hip or ASR created by DePuy and marketed by the Johnson and Johnson company was sold to doctors and patients as a giant step forward in joint replacement.

Is there such a thing as the male pregnancy? Dr Jonica Newby follows three dads-to-be, testing their hormones and their humour – as they make the transition to fatherhood.

Super-science projects like the CERN collider in Switzerland or NASA's launch facilities in America they're always overseas. But now Australia might have its first super-science project.

Demand for oil may soon outstrip supply and without alternatives all our energy will not be met. One way to offset demand is to drive electric cars.

Nearly 400 years after being tried by the Roman Catholic Inquisition, Galileo again faces charges of heresy.

For over two decades, the enigmatic Professor Julius Sumner Miller concocted the formula for the perfect science television experiments, interesting science and fantastic hair.