Arty apps at the ArtApp Awards make strange sounds while we get mindful about fanaticism and madness in the Anders Breivik case and then start a popcorn fight as we look back at 25 years of animation technology from PIXAR Studios.
Produced and presented by Zulfikar Abbany
Smart phones and tablets have opened up a new world of creativity. Users are composing melodies and sketching paintings. You can combine media with user interaction. Germany's Centre for Media Art celebrates the best with its annual ArtAppAwards.
Report: Kate Hairsine, Karlsruhe
Anders Breivik admits killing 77 people in Norway last July, but insists he's sane. Ahead of the first anniversary of the killings, Professor Tom Fahy of King's College London chairs a special debate on whether fanaticism is a form of madness.
Interview: Zulfikar Abbany
We hear a lot about social networks for the all and sundry - but in Amsterdam two young professionals have founded a very specific online network that connects young creative people at the start of their careers with organizations that need their expertise.
Report: Charlotta Lomas, Amsterdam
Millions of people around the world suffer from illnesses affecting the circulatory system - such as atherosclerosis, a narrowing or hardening of the arteries. Swiss and German researchers say they have developed new nanotechnology for targeted treatment.
Report: Sonya Diehn / Greta Hamann
Over the past 25 years, Pixar Studios have been credited with revolutionizing the world of movie animation, with children's films like Toy Story, Finding Nemo and Cars. We wouldn't have the films if it weren't for the technology – and PIXAR develops a lot of it itself.
Report: Jessie Wingard