Irish scientists help unveil mystery of exotic matter in the Sun’s atmosphere
How do you talk science to the layperson? ‘Be a bit goofy’
Science would be well advised to avoid picking fights with religion
The rise and rise of women in maths
Kepler’s vanishing circles hidden in Hamilton’s Hodograph
The mirror test of self-awareness
A pioneer of climate modelling – and maths
Hyping the microbiome may have unpleasant side effects
Israeli cancer treatment could be something special
Hokusai’s great wave and roguish behaviour
Humans are not ready to take red meat totally off the menu
A mathematical formula for sharing fair and square
Apes can be lazy and never get fat. We can’t. How come?
Patient care and enzyme release appear crucial to placebo effect
New doctrine threatens freedom of speech in universities
Random numbers plucked from the atmosphere
New eugenics proposals must be interrogated very carefully
Could Sherlock Holmes’s true nemesis have been a mathematician?
Harmony was at the core of Johannes Kepler’s cosmic model
We know Earth is special. So are we alone in the galaxy?
Who needs maths? Oh, only animators, builders, nurses, plumbers...