When cinemas closed down, Huanxi Media Group turned a crisis into an opportunity.
Literature of the past can help us to make the cultural shift that's necessary to address climate change.
In the 1950s, the African yam was exploited by drugs firm Boots to produce cortisone. But South Africans fought back against the plundering of a plant that they used for traditional healing.
This fossil find provides strong evidence of an African origin for some Malagasy chameleon lineages.
The novel coronavirus is officially a global health emergency. Other countries should not adopt China's approach to containing the disease.
An economist who has studied new ways to improve measures of gross domestic product explains what GDP is and how it could better reflect an economy and the well-being of its inhabitants.
It’s rapidly becoming a truism to say that Brexit isn’t done. But what does that actually mean?
How the public ranks different post-Brexit trade partners and which sections of the economy they prioritise.
The novel coronavirus spreading outward from Wuhan, China, will get an assist from a subset of infected people who transmit it to many others.
Scientists do not yet know the severity of the current coronavirus. A biologist who worked on the 2009 flu pandemic offers insights on that outbreak as well as the SARS outbreak.
With coronavirus continuing to spread, you may wonder: How do I know if I might have it? An infectious disease expert explains.
Through genetic detective work, scientists have identified missing links in the tomato’s evolution from a wild blueberry-sized fruit in South America to the larger modern tomato of today.
The state of emergency ultimately led to substantial legal changes that should better protect women and girls. But what really happened?
A view from the West Bank on Donald Trump's 'deal of the century' for Israel and Palestine.
Social tipping interventions have the potential to pave the way for rapid change and avert climate change.
In his new capacity as President of South Africa, FW de Klerk directly experienced for the first time how the international community had abandoned its support for minority white rule.
Two defunct satellites passed within metres of one another, prompting renewed focus on the dangers of space debris. But with many satellites treated as military secrets, how do we track the hazards?
Trump's "deal of the century" is not a realistic plan to resolve a decades-old conflict, but an invitation to Israel to expand its territory at Palestine's expense.
The International Court of Justice ordered Myanmar to protect its Rohingya minority and preserve any evidence relevant to the genocide charges against it. But compliance is not guaranteed.
Bees may provide surprising insights into the kinds of environments that are best for learning.