Not so long ago, people had no idea what would happen to them – and what they would see – once they ascended into the clouds.
Research is more profitable and productive than ever before, but it risks losing its sense of values and ethics.
Scientists have identified the world's smallest animal – for now. It could be possible smaller creatures exist that have not yet been discovered.
Most universities focus on teaching basic sciences with little reference to commercialisation of ideas and new technologies.
Science academies have a crucial role to play in developing ways for scientists to engage more effectively.
A scientist explains how she got a glimpse into the secret world of butterflies and her hopes of encouraging more Latinos to enter the field of science.
Poets and scientists don't occupy separate poles in the quest to understand the universe. In many ways, they sing from the same hymn sheet.
The new White Paper can help scientists understand better why public engagement is crucial.
Two prestigious journals have suggested abandoning the traditional test of the strength of a study's results. But a statistician worries that this would make science worse.
Data science is going to grow over the coming decades and requires trained graduates who can handle the work.
Scientists can be under-appreciated in Australian culture. Here are eight great fictional scientists to get you thinking about labs, test tubes and bold experiments.
The winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in physics says scientists shouldn't feel pressured to do research that has economic or commercial ramifications. Science for the sake of science is more important.
The Bank of England wants a scientist for the new £50 note.
Scientists have never been more needed to challenge division, misinformation and harassment online.
One of America's favourite sons is slowly losing his reputation, and he might just deserve it.
Money always seems tight for university scientists. A sociologist conducted hundreds of interviews to see how they think about funding sources and profit motives for basic and applied research.
Scientists can be powerful influencers and role models. So there's reason for concern when the same names and faces dominate coverage and visibility.
Four scientists talk through the ways they now build outreach into their work as a way to spread their research's impact – something that wasn't the norm for past generations of academics.
Research institutes and "centres of excellence" exist around the world to draw talent and to share resources - all with the aim of solving important problems.
Not much attention has been given to how mothers who want to attend workshops and conferences are supported. This simple intervention can boost the presence of women in science.