Why do people readily accept potentially unjust decisions by their government?
The leader of the centre-left Frente de Todos alliance won a surprise victory in primary elections in August.
Facebook and Neuralink are developing interfaces to link our brains to computers, with serious ethical issues.
Before an exhausted crowd, Hendrix fused protest and horror with patriotism and optimism.
Donated tissue samples are often used in research to help create new methods of diagnosis and treatment.
Hong Kong’s protesters like many Brexiters seek political freedom – but this may come at a heavy price.
Children feel lonelier and spend less time outside than ever before. New research is showing how reconnecting children with the community can help.
The revolution in offshore wind for UK energy supply has begun, but we will need the help of AI and robots to sustain it effectively.
Every word of the 40-page summary document has to be agreed by representatives of 195 governments.
We could one day adapt to eating the flesh of our own kind - but not until our lives depend on it.
Russia appears to have developed a revolutionary mini-reactor able to power a missile.
The Chinese government has a multi-pronged approach to quell the protests –building support among business elites, putting pressure on companies and ramping up its misinformation campaigns.
The Labour leader wants to call a vote of no confidence, form a short-term government and then quickly call an election. Can it be done?
The Peterloo massacre was one of the worst atrocities committed on British soil, but across the empire there were many such acts.
The US and China have an interdependent economic relationship. If this unravels it will have global ramifications.
Daphne Caruana Galizia was investigating several corruption scandals when she was murdered in 2017. The government continues to avoid serious investigations into the allegations.
As calls are made to ban swearing at work, in public and even at home, a linguist comes out fighting for harsh language.
AMPK is normally a tumour suppressor. But once cancer arises, AMPK becomes a tumour promoter, enhancing the survival of cancer cells. Understanding this could help create drugs that inhibit AMPK.
The NATO-led military intervention in Libya has just fuelled more violence.
Plant cells signal between each other in order to agree what time it is.