Britain is heading back to Mars for the first time since the ill-fated Beagle 2 mission, joining the European Space Agency in the race to find life on The Red Planet. On March 14th the ExoMars orbiter
Science & InnovationCuriously Krulwich When you look back across the history of art, things go missing. Interesting things. For example, it seems ancient people didn’t have a word to describe the color
From the dark side of the Moon, literally A show about scientific mysteries has brought attention to a moment when NASA astronauts heard strange "outer spacey" music during their trip around the Moon.
Archaeologists carefully excavating wheel made of oak planks almost 3,000 years ago at site being called a Fenland Pompeii The largest and most perfectly preserved bronze age wheel ever discovered in UK,
Cambridge University cosmologist says breakthrough tallies with predictions he made more than 40 years ago The discovery of gravitational waves could “revolutionise astronomy”, Prof Stephen Hawking said
Here's the whole collection Yesterday we posted about three awesome new posters commissioned by NASA. Well, it turns out the agency had more up its sleeves. The gallery above contains the whole collection,
British regulators are giving scientists the first government sanction to edit DNA in human embryos. Scientists want to do this to learn more about human development, but critics fear it will lead to babies.
By 3D-printing a fake gel brain and watching it "grow," scientists at Harvard University have discovered how the human cortex develops its creepy, classic folds. The discovery, published in the journal
Dogs and humans share one of the strongest bonds between two different species on Earth. The connection has grown so deep, it’s literally become coded into our genes. And a wave of new research is shedding