‘There’s no such thing as a superfood. It’s nonsense’
After death, is there light at the end of the tunnel?
That’s Maths: Earth’s shape and spin won’t make you thin
Ireland could benefit from greenhouse gas finding
El Niño devastation may return for Christmas
Strings, supersymmetry and the octonions that rule the universe
The damage done by misconduct in science
The Greek island whose happy people ‘forget to die’
Arabic enlightenment and the emergence of algebra
That’s Maths: How Big was the Bomb?
Unleashing some of the genius that lies within
The truth, the whole truth, about white lies
Pythagoras would have approved of Dublin’s huge harp
Beware the unproven claims of self-help culture
Biomathematics: the great frontier of the 21st century?
Mind and matter: tensions between the body and the soul
How two Trinity reverends let the great world spin
Digital dentistry: getting your teeth into video games
British body’s proposal to stop young people from smoking is unwise
The profound beauty of a good proof
The brain likes to take the road it knows best