This week, the mysterious death of African baobab trees, Antarctica’s past, present, and future, and how zebrafish protect their stem cells.
This week, making enzymes work better in the cold, short-term memory production in mice, and magnetic detection in animals.
This week, boosting diversity in physics graduate programs, and life’s recovery after a massive asteroid impact.
This week, estimating the economic cost of climate change, a new solution to the Minimum Fleet Problem, and the flourishing field of muography.
This week, peering inside the proton, identifying the pitfalls of research misconduct, and identifying what bacterial genes of unknown function actually do.
This week, artificial intelligence recreates our sense of place, liquid crystals deliver cargo, and experiencing depression in academia.
This week, constructing early embryos, how mice react to danger, and what an ancient butchered rhino is telling us about hominin migration.
This week, the ethical questions raised by model minds, and an updated view on an enzyme that keeps chromosomes protected.
In this month’s roundtable, we discuss celebrity scientists, sexual harassment in research, and the science behind a social media scandal.
This week, tiny sea creatures with potentially big effects, the science of a supernova, and a roundup of spring books.
This week, looking for glitchy signals from neutron stars, and using remote sensing in research.
This week, dissecting human influence on the Mississippi's floods, and getting 'dirty' mice into the lab.
This week, testing a neural network's chemistry skills, and what the physics of droplets is teaching us about the biology of cells.
This week, glucose metabolism in Mexican cavefish, the effect of non-antibiotic drugs on gut microbes, and a wearable brain scanner.
This week, geoengineering glaciers to prevent sea level rise, and using diamonds to improve NMR’s resolution.
This week, graphene’s latest superpower, and a retrospective of a sci-fi classic.
This week, the landscape of childhood cancers, physicists find a fingerprint from the early Universe, and brain waves cause a splash.
Our reporters discuss the role of serendipity in science, how to cover the iterative nature of research, and what the quantum internet might become.
This week, a teenage special: defining adolescence; high school researchers; and the science of teen risk taking.
This week, refocusing ageing research, a transportable optical clock, and researching during pregnancy.