Science & Technology
Philip Ball / August 20, 2015
Brief Candle in the Dark: My Life in Science by Richard Dawkins (Bantam, £20) I wonder how many people will feel moved to read the second volume of Richard Dawkins’s autobiography if they...
The surge in aid volunteers has created new concerns
Alex Rogers / August 17, 2015
How we are damaging the oceans
José María Figueres / August 17, 2015
Those who can, steal. We must act now
Unmanned flights are the best way to discover the beauty of our cosmic neighbourhood
by Marcia Bartusiak (Yale, £14.99) Most of us have not only seen a black hole but been inside one—courtesy of Christopher Nolan’s film Interstellar. True, physicists don’t expect to find a...
Brian May / July 14, 2015
What would the former Queen guitarist and campaigner do if he ruled the world?
Many feel Francis has gone beyond his remit in taking a radical political stance
Could scientists really bring dinosaurs back to life? An evolutionary biologist explains
Frank Close / May 21, 2015
The limits of knowledge