Scott Jess explores how the moons of Earth and Mars are a relict of the solar system’s violent past.
Do Western art dealers fund terrorism? Well, sort of. The situation of Syrian antiquities looting and trafficking is much more complicated, however.
Cryogenics may involve the study of materials at extremely low temperatures, but is this icy area of science just beginning to heat up? Maisie Keogh finds out…..
With several countries investing in the development of lethal autonomous weapons (LAWs), many believe that we are in the midst of an artificial intelligence arms race. This technology has the power to transform modern warfare, but should we allow the machines to determine (and attack) their own targets? //And who is really responsible when they pull the trigger?
Richard Murchie investigates knot theory; how it is at the forefront of research and has great promise amongst many applications.
Fabien Cholet explores what the origin of life on Earth, the inside of your digestive system and climate change all have in common.
Humanity has a problem with the volume of information we are producing, in the last two years alone we produced more data than we have before in all of human history . From...
Laura Ward shares her exciting neuroscience research: neuroimaging motion perception as a function of age.