Did Darwin miss something? The 100-year-old book that rivalled “The Origin of Species”—and still shapes science today
Philip Ball / June 29, 2017
In “On Growth and Form,” D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson argued that organisms are shaped less by adaptive evolutionary function and more by deep mathematical laws. To understand his argument, you...
The worst of the rise in inflation is likely over. But as the economy stutters, and with Brexit chaos looming, wage earners will be waiting a long time for any real relief
Growth could be substantially down by the end of 2017—with the potential figures for 2018 scarier still
The polls have swung in an unprecedented manner, but keep an eye on the leaders' personal ratings. They could determine the result on Thursday
As a corruption scandal rumbles on, Brazil struggles to emerge from recession. Where's a commodity boom when you need one?
There is nothing useful in asking a disparate and diverse set of people to solve a problem they have little or no control over
Warnings about rising debt have not gone down well with China's leaders. But without some drastic action a similar crash to the west's 2008 will become increasingly likely
Peter Kellner / May 30, 2017
They both pretended to answer difficult questions when in fact they wriggled out of them. The electorate would respect some candour
Tim Farron’s party has a history of campaign surges, but on 8th June it could lose more seats than it gains. Here’s why
Peter Kellner / May 23, 2017
The party has a history of picking the wrong person for the job