Why we can stop worrying and love the particle accelerator
Energy is like children’s toys: often hiding out of sight, but never actually lost
How the rainbow illuminates the enduring mystery of physics
Welcome to Terra Sapiens
How we evolved from drunken monkeys to boozy humans
The queen does not rule
Deborah M Gordon
What say you, dinosaur?
How the mantis shrimp’s six-pupiled eyes put 20/20 vision to shame
Why the hype around medical genetics is a public enemy
The minds of other animals
Peek into the chemical nursery where metal crystals are born and bred
What the death of an oak tree can teach us about mortality
Battling sexism and dissension, Marie Tharp changed how we understand the Earth
Obsession and electricity: a scientist chases the origins of life in the lab
Has dogma derailed the scientific search for dark matter?
Science doesn’t rely on luck, but success in science can’t do without it
Visiting your leg
A tale of three dogs
What makes a magnet? A balletic, visual exploration of electromagnetic force
Coded vibrations and signal jamming – the secret language of the treehoppers
Unified theory of evolution
Laws or comets?
The real problem
Anil K Seth
Dazzling macro photography reveals the marvels of chemicals meeting
How ticking atoms keep ultra-precise time for globe-connecting technologies
When we look for aliens, why do we always find ourselves staring back?
The problem with p-values
Give natural history museums back to the grown-ups