Artificial wombs could drastically change how the decision to become a parent fits into many people’s lives.
The Rebecca riots saw Welsh farmers disguised as women destroy tollgates as a way of challenging what they believed was an oppressive taxation system.
Private jet from London to COP28 in Dubai is 11 times more polluting than a commercial aircraft.
The right of Argentinians to work and travel looks to be under threat, as the new president threatens to leave a regional agreement.
Electric arc furnaces can use up to 100% scrap steel as its raw material, resulting in a significant reduction in emissions.
When links with the past are destroyed, there is a loss of opportunity to continue a way of life, to live in the place one’s parents and grandparents lived.
Our own study resoundingly finds that you can still be happy even if you want to have a child but are unable to.
Unlike many eye conditions, ocular syphilis is a highly treatable disease. But it needs to be correctly identified.
Most of the hostages and prisoners being exchanged have been women or children.
They have properties that make them essential for many products.
Sapolsky summarises the latest scientific research relevant to determinism: the idea that we’re causally ‘determined’ to act as we do and couldn’t possibly act any other way.
The exhibition celebrates and interrogates the cultural afterlives of Victorian Britain.
The OpenAI sacking affair highlights ongoing debates over the safety and misuse of AI.
Legal expert on the obscure law that makes King Charles and Prince Williams the heirs of people who die without wills or close relatives in Lancashire and Cornwall.
The general public may want tighter crypto regulations but is the UK government listening?
For every one of Kissinger’s brilliant moves, there was a bungling countermove.
If we lived in a cosmic area with below average density, it would explain recent contradictory measurements of the universe’s expansion.
The Pogues singer and songwriter Shane MacGowan revolutionised music with his fusion of Irish folk and English punk.
Through the Loss and Damage Fund, developed states and major emitters will compensate developing countries experiencing the most devastating effects of climate change. The fund is now operational.
The two superpowers – and super-emitters – recently put out a joint statement on climate change.