Hady George explores how CT scans are revealing the inner workings of T.rex’s skull.
Alkisti Kallinikou asks if open water swimming can help your physical and mental health.
Like the Borg in Star Trek, microbes are constantly evolving to get past their host’s defences (thankfully they don’t tend to assimilate their hosts into a hive mind). They are becoming resistant to the drugs created to prevent diseases caused by them, and this tactic is far from futile.
Emma Nance discusses the pig-culiar story of the man who had a pig’s heart.
Our solar system is filled with many unsolved mysteries, one of them being the existence of an icy planet far beyond Neptune.
Alice Drinkwater reflects on the story of Eunice Newton Foote, the unrecognised climate change pioneer who did not have the right to vote, let alone an equal voice to male scientists at the time of her discoveries in the 1850s.