Putting faith back in science
Pope Francis may have just succeeded in creating a kind of middle ground, albeit a slippery one
New injectable male contraceptive
A styrene maleic anhydride 'plug' has few side-effects and is reversible.
Humanity's puzzling past
The 4.5 million year blind leap from "almost human" to Homo sapiens continues to baffle palaeontologists, but 2 new finds offer a new …
A new instrument makes the
task of monitoring
ozone levels easier
The gender spectrum is a consequence of the complex interplay between culture and highly-nuanced and protean brain
Trial by hire
Laissez-faire in clinical research has unleashed a ruthless profit-making machine blind to notions of justice or equity. It is time to rein in …
A reprieve for the paper industry
Jute fibre, which could provide a solution to the increasing crisis in procuring wood pulp, could be science's gift to the paper industry.
Let's take a less bigoted view of history
With DNA adding to the slippery narratives about the past; historians, archeologists, and geneticists need to collaborate if we are to take a …