Ian Steadman is a staff science and technology writer at the New Statesman. He is on Twitter as @iansteadman.
In May 2008, Nakamoto published an online paper outlining how the cryptocurrency would work. Then he vanished.
elBulli's new project will "shift the paradigm" in molecular gastronomy.
The next five years will see a resurgence in lunar exploration, driven both by idealism and an economic incentive.
This started in August, and it's still happening. Games culture - and geek culture in general - is a wounded monster, lashing out at the skyscrapers around it as it falls to the ground.
It's increasingly clear that the Solar System is more life-friendly than we'd previously suspected.
"I guess I never thought about putting it in the context of your junk."
Common method of making plastic "biodegradeable" seems to be useless, in some types.
Great news for fans of not being eaten alive, less good news for the clumsy and slow.
Can drugs help depression? Crowdfunding allows science researchers to bypass institutional reservations and study taboo subjects.
The social network's giving its "elite" users more control over whose tweets they have to pay attention to.