This week, improving heart xenotransplants and soil bacteria versus phages.
This week, measuring gravity’s strength with clocks, and worries over wind farms’ wakes.
This week, a solid-state plane engine with no moving parts, and ‘mosaicism’ in brain cells.
This week, evidence of a nearby exoplanet, and clinical trials in a social media world.
This week, building a cell from the bottom up, and a Breakthough Prize winner
This week, the role that mood forecasting technology may play in suicide prevention, and a 'crisis' in dark matter research.
This week, how science can help Canadian cannabis growers and a potted history of the Sun.
This week, what life is like when you've just won a Nobel prize, and how a vestigial organ helps ants get organised.
This week, targeting latent HIV, the breeding behaviour of bold birds, and an update on a near-Earth asteroid mission.
This week, an ultra-thin, wearable biosensor and a multi-shape, mechanical metamaterial.
This week, the ethics of sucking carbon-dioxide out the atmosphere and bee swarms under strain.
This week, the oldest drawing ever found, and the hidden energy costs of data.
This week, keeping an eye on space junk, and how a physicist changed our understanding of life.
This week, an early mammal relative’s babies, and new attempts to pin down the strength of gravity.
In this month’s roundtable, audio vs print reporting, returning to Brexit, and finding out about our audience.
This week, colony size and labour division in ants, and simulating a quantum system on a quantum computer.
This week, more worries for bees, modelling the opioid crisis, and rough weather for seas.
This week, shaping the gut microbiota, geoengineering’s effect on farming, and the genetics of fox aggression.
This week, how a bird sees colour, potential problems with terraforming Mars, and linking extreme weather to our changing climate.
This week, automata through the ages, problems with pet DNA tests, and a conservation conundrum.