In this issue:
Trapped at home with the cold and wet weather? Explore the world of game changers. The perfect solution to the winter blues is Cosmos – the science of everything
- A new, super-accurate measurement of the W boson might be the thing that changes physics forever.
- Is it possible to make software that takes humanity’s diversity into account? A group of Australian researchers think so.
- Just because we know how to edit genes doesn’t necessarily mean we should. But what if a bit of CRISPR Cas9 work is the best hope to save a species from extinction?
- Feeling lonely is more than a passing thing. Research is teaching us that it affects us profoundly and chemically – right down to the cells.
- From Antarctic water to Kenyan savannah, stunning images from the 2021 World Nature Photography Awards.
- There’s plenty to celebrate about the possibility of driverless cars – and a fair bit to be worried about, in our excerpt from the new book Machines Behaving Badly.
- A new paper has re-examined the evolutionary origins of monotremes – and it raises as many questions as it answers.Surely there are clear reasons – to do with talent and dedication – that explain success? As we discover, it’s not so easy.
- How creatures prepare for the outside world, and why we should be paying attention.
Cosmos 95: The science of everything.
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