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How can we make science relevant to teenagers?
Are humans mature enough to engineer human embryos?
Mathematicians have struggled with a deceptively simple problem for decades
Of all the ways the Universe might die, vacuum decay is the most efficient.
When is putting human life at risk the right thing to do?
Bread and potatoes have been unfairly demonised.
Batteries are urgently required to store solar and wind power.
Science cannot explain why wind turbines cause sickness.
The Large Hadron Collider is a giant time machine for physicists.
Money can buy you a longer life. But at what cost?
Norman Swan gets to the bottom of the data.
Certainty is hard to come by in science.
The many advantages of the electric car explained.
We ask a scientist to describe his research and why it matters.
When scientific findings become politicised some will refuse to believe them.
Don't believe reports that the silicon chip will soon be outdated.
This novel could serve as a NASA recruiting tool.
How to measure something so hard to detect?
'Three-parent' babies may soon be allowed in the UK. But are we ready?
A man's exemplary life holds some important lessons for today.
Reviews of some of the year's most interesting books & film.
A physicist’s take provides new solutions for folding telescopes and airbags.
In praise of the efficient and versatile LED light.
What should our diet look like when we get down to those New Year resolutions?
Fear about robots taking our jobs is misplaced.
The advent of medical robots is a mixed blessing.
A new book celebrates an under-appreciated branch of medicine.
A so-called thinking machine may have inspired the father of modern computing.
Dinosaurs are no longer the scaly beasts you imagined them to be as a child.