On the first Saturday of the Science Festival, I was lucky enough to attend a talk with scientist Lucy Cooke, author of The Unexpected Truth About Animals. Cooke was an engaging and enigmatic lecturer, both entertaining and educational. Cooke...
Mabon Elis looks at new research which suggests that grasshopper mice are developing an immunity to scorpion venom.
There is a never-ending race between science and science fiction. Whilst science fiction writers manage to come up with surprising ideas, scientists and new technologies never fail to catch up. Nevertheless, it cannot be denied that many times sci-fi has...
Steph Smith writes on the near extinction of the Mangarahara cichlid, questioning whether human intervention is a realistic solution.
Environment editor Peter Sheehan writes about the relevance of 2004 film The Day After Tomorrow in 2014.
Science editor Rebecca Hardy summarises new research that could lead to a more specific treatment of HIV