Science Articles, Interviews & Questions

30 November 2017

Hundreds of fossilised dinosaur eggs, some with preserved chicks still inside, have been uncovered by scientists in...

30 November 2017

What do the UK-based editor of a leading technology magazine and a self-taught coder from a low-income neighbourhood in...

28 November 2017

Could humans live forever? And how is the SENS Foundation fighting ageing?

28 November 2017

How to have your brain age well...

28 November 2017

You are what you eat: can you eat your way to 100?

28 November 2017

Would the blood from younger people help you stay younger yourself?

28 November 2017

We meet the immortal flatworms.

28 November 2017

How do naked mole rats grow so old?

28 November 2017

Can we learn anything from people who live to be over 100?

28 November 2017

Why do we get older?

28 November 2017

Is your age as simple as the number of candles on your birthday cake?

24 November 2017

Heavy drinkers are more likely to choose strongly alcoholic drinks associated with negative emotions, such as...

24 November 2017

Did the evolutionary process towards musical abilities begin in the primeval oceans? And have Human footsteps...

23 November 2017

Mice exposed to allergens pass on protective proteins to offspring through breastfeeding

23 November 2017

Dolly the cloned sheep didn't have early-onset arthritis, a new study looking at her skeleton has concluded.

23 November 2017

Cancers carry microbes with them when they spread around the body, suggesting that bacteria might promote the process,...

23 November 2017

New hair-thin brain probe could revolutionise how we record brain activity

23 November 2017

A chemical released by intestinal worms to prevent the immune system attacking them has been isolated by scientists in...

22 November 2017

Macaques change their tool choices as seafood becomes more scarce...

22 November 2017

What have a placenta and a marsupial mammary gland got in common?

22 November 2017

Signs that science is getting more incomprehensible, even to other scientists, over time...

22 November 2017

A specific gene in skeletal muscle helps to regulate sleep...

22 November 2017

Sema Sgaier explains how psychographic-behavioral segmentation can highlight how to get the message across.

21 November 2017

New results shed light on excess positrons.