By Shireen Chan - 28 November 09:52
CT scans and 3D printers are making it possible to see fossils that were previously inaccessible inside rock.
By Kirstin Mitchell - 27 November 10:18
"Few people enjoy a perfect sexual relationship - we need to encourage those people to access the services and support they need."
By Gholson Lyon - 26 November 09:29
We need to collect billions of data points for analysis by computers, and the only company in major contention to do this soon is 23andMe.
By Akshat Rathi - 19 November 09:26
Despite being able to remember minute details from every moment of their lives, the ability to never forget has other costs for some people.
By Ian Steadman - 18 November 02:26
It might seem like our greatest inventions have turned against us - the internet, climate change - but Jason Silva wants to challenge these assumptions with an unrelenting belief in technology as a fundamentally good thing.
By Ian Steadman - 12 November 04:43
Even Peter Higgs thinks that the Nobel Prize doesn't allocate credit for discoveries fairly - but this exploration of the Large Hadron Collider shows that modern science is a large, collaborative process involving hundreds and thousands of brilliant minds
By Michael Brooks - 07 November 02:08
Once the US - which supplies 80 per cent of the world's helium - stops selling off its store at an artificially low price, we have a problem.
By Holly Baxter - 10 September 06:20
Where maternity is concerned, studies are quick to generalise. But when paternity comes in, research hardly ever gets further than the testicles.
By Helen Lewis - 17 July 10:44
The neuroscientist's first novel has clunking cliches, terrible characters and dialogue about the "dissociation of reproduction from copulation". Finishing it has become a nerd challenge, writes Helen Lewis.
By Bob Ward - 26 June 11:39
The huge cuts to laboratories and equipment have already undermined the UK's world class science base.