Scientists are excited about sending a microphone to Mars for the very first time.
The writing process is different whether your instrument is a fountain pen, a crayon, a typewriter or a computer. What fingerprints does the technology leave on the product?
Twenty years ago a journal published an article that argued that physics is a social construct. The author revealed it was a hoax wrapped up in obscure language, but has anything improved since then?
Dolly the sheep died young with osteoarthritis, but new evidence shows early-onset diseases aren't inevitable for clones.
Delving into the graphic past of tattoos.
From Jabberwocky to the BFG's gobblefunking, playing with words is the first step to mastering them – not something to be ironed out of teaching.
A century ago, Edward Johnston designed a typeface for London's transport authority. It continues to shape our experience of the city to this day.
Different animals and different behaviors rely on various forms and combinations of 'government' to carry out desired actions.
Preparing BLOODHOUND to break the world land speed record ... and how you can take part.
The U.S. State Department and the United Nations are spending big bucks to support the internet as a boon for democracy. But new research shows just providing access isn't enough.
A bronze artefact rescued from a Greek shipwreck could hold the secrets of the universe.
For centuries, written communication was tinged with formality and finality. But since the emergence of casual forms like texting, using proper grammar can be fraught with misinterpretation.
Before we can understand night terrors and nightmares, we need to understand normal sleep.
Genes are important in predicting the risk of myopia, but they alone cannot explain the epidemic.
What research into game play and human interaction can tell us about why the newest mobile game craze is attracting so many different people to play.