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BBC Inside Science

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Dr Adam Rutherford and guests illuminate the mysteries and challenge the controversies behind the science that's changing our world.

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Wildlife trafficking, New quantum computers, Ancient bird beaks, Glassblowing.

Conservation and conflict. A year long BBC investigation has exposed an illegal animal trafficking network stretching from West Africa to the Middle East and Asia. Traffickers have used fake permits to undermine international conservation efforts.

New developments in Quantum computing. Sussex University are building a new type of modular Quantum computer. We attempt to explain what Quantum computing is.

A Massive citizen science project to map bird beak evolution- using records from the Natural History Museum.

And the last scientific Glassblower at Imperial College gives us a demonstration of his craft.

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