Beekeeping changes how people see and relate to the environment – there’s a lot we can learn.
Account of the murders written by Thomas More was based more in fact than fiction.
Your brain may have got used to working from home, here’s how to transition back to the office.
New research indicates that people in urban areas, on average, have the smallest carbon footprints, and those living in the suburbs the highest.
Military lawyers told me how they must make split-second decisions that weigh military variables against real human lives.
Colonial police organisations used similar arguments to uphold their power as were heard in the trial of George Floyd’s murderer.
We studied people’s brains while they held tools correctly and incorrectly.
We shouldn’t allow disingenuous uses of net zero to discredit the concept as a whole.
Our study found that the longer it took a person to conceive, the poorer their health was in later life.
A missing girl, a sensational trial, and the troubled history of anti-trafficking.
Invisible to the eye, the microbial life in the air around us can vary depending on our environment.
Or have we reached peak human intelligence?
Our study shows that higher levels of mental wellbeing is associated with less money being spent on health and social care.
Countries cannot be expected to all tread the same path to net zero emissions.
Biologists are puzzled by evidence of animals that care for those from other social groups or even species.
If you are shipwrecked on a desert island with no hope of being rescued, you may not be morally obligated to stay alive.
What the famous physician of ancient Greece, Hippocrates, can teach us about post-pandemic architecture.
Drilling instead of tilling the soil to plant seeds could help the ground store more carbon.
Tracking species over their lifetimes can reveal their climate adaptation secrets.
Legumes have a superpower: they can convert nitrogen in the air into a form plants can use to grow.