Microgravity has a negative impact on almost every aspect of the human body making the outlook for colonising Mars seem less than promising.
Love is a huge part of the human experience, but what can neuroscience reveal about the mechanisms which drive it?
Have you ever asked yourself why your hangovers always seem so much worse than your friends?
How Sweden is using carbon credits to go ‘clean’…
Margot Webster investigates the relationship between neuroscience and artificial intelligence.
Could sugar pills have the power to heal? Margot Webster investigates whether there’s more to placebos than we once thought.
One of the most beautiful natural wonders on our planet is suffering at the hands of climate change…
With the recent Harvey, Irma and Maria hurricanes, Thomas Hollands investigates whether climate change is responsible for this barrage of deadly natural disasters.
A talk and Q&A with Penny Sarchet, Deputy News Editor for New Scientist.
Written by: Abbie Curd
Devika Kaul investigates the world of geoengineering, asking whether these sci-fi-esque ideas really have the potential to help mitigate climate change.