Articles by Stephen Eales
Last week's discovery of phosphine gas unsettled many assumptions scientists had about the "hell planet." But that doesn't necessarily mean there's life
It's a nervous wait for a €5bn rocket to launch. But it's worse if you're inside mission HQ
In recent decades, new technologies have revolutionised our understanding of the origins and nature of the universe. And now the big remaining questions—on dark matter and the universe's...
We should fund science not for a direct economic return—but to attract creative people to Britain