By Martin Robbins - 21 June 12:52
We shouldn’t be afraid to tell people the full story, or admit the things we don’t know. Otherwise, we’ve engaged in exactly the sort of sloppy, lazy, error-prone journalism we’d normally criticise.
By A S Byatt - 25 April 07:31
The best of all possible worlds.
By Brian Cox - 19 December 06:17
The Large Hadron Collider at Cern is a thing of wonder – not just for smashing 600 million protons together a second, but for uniting 10,000 scientists from 113 countries in the pursuit of knowledge.
By New Statesman - 14 December 03:24
A special edition on evidence, out Wednesday 19 December.
By Alex Hern - 28 November 11:26
Genetics explained, with added kittens.
By Martin Robbins - 10 September 01:33
In the cult of TED, everything is awesome and inspirational, and ideas aren’t supposed to be challenged, says Martin Robbins.
By Emma Geen - 21 August 12:08
Human enhancement comes under the microscope at the Wellcome Trust's current collection, 'Superhuman'.
By Michael Brooks - 28 May 01:03
Nine takeaways from yesterday's protest for the GM scientists and their supporters.
By Michael Brooks - 15 May 11:41
After 80 years of agreement about the dark stuff, opinions may be changing.