Peer-reviewed research suggests H2 therapy can help combat top 10 ailments listed by the American Centre for Disease Control
Increasing recognition that graduates from arts/humanities are also employable in the tech sector for various reasons
Global move towards electric vehicles rides on the back of exploiting poor African workers in DRC
Thought experiments are fascinating. Here are four examples that illuminate certain philosophical, scientific and philosophical ideas
Powerful new pressures, such as ‘wokeism’ and cancel culture, should not be allowed to stifle scrutiny or debate
What explains all the sightings of a giant plesiosaurus-like creature in the Scottish lake?
Why split the atom when you can split your sides with mirth?
Having successfully reversed ageing in mice, scientists plan to start work on non-human primates and then move on to humans
Our most urgent preoccupation must be how to establish reliable two-way communication
Growing campus culture of intolerance towards expression of legitimate opinions deemed to be on ‘wrong’ side of a range of issues is a very worrying development
William Reville: I am unaware of any unresolved clashes between mainstream Christianity and science
Education and economic development should solve the continent’s agricultural problem. Both of these areas are trending in the right direction
Japan will plunge over economic and social cliff unless country reverses its population decline
Swearing heightens attention and recall, and also enhances pain relief. Maybe that’s why people from all races, classes and education levels swear
Breakthrough fuels hope that abundant energy source may not always be 30 years away