There are many ways of visualising scientific concepts, as we discovered when an artist got in touch about some of our work.
Art can be a powerful means to confront and subvert stigma around menstruation.
To some extent, shell-shock still shapes our understanding of PTSD today.
Dancing, drumming, visiting galleries and so on are one of the best ways of enhancing public health.
Students need to be taught about colonialism's dark past.
Video feedback may be the nearest we have to visualising what conscious processing in the brain is like.
Art is no cure all. But it can open up new spaces for us to ask new questions.
Bombarding people with scientific information has little effect. Something else is needed to jolt us out of our current climate trajectory.
UK mired by food 'deserts' and a crisis of loneliness – they should be tackled together.
Our love affair with the chair has horrible consequences.
Green spaces can help to address loneliness. But they are highly vulnerable to austerity.
Energy-efficient water supply is a wicked problem – and we might have found a way to solve it.
While extreme weather conditions represent a considerable challenge globally, some communities have been living with (and adapting to) similar events for centuries.
In the context of accelerating geopolitical, technological and environmental change, we need to radically reassess how we perceive airspace legally.
The kind of climate action outlined by the ubiquitous climate checklists won't be enough.
The closure of a London pie shop raises questions regarding the relationship between food and identity.
An effort to increase such areas can pose a particular threat to island overseas territories.
The party will eventually have to look beyond economic growth.
Our view of this essential dimension of earth’s biome has been shaped by the manufacturers of cleaning products.
A bioengineer collaborates with artists, clinicians and patients to come up with an art exhibition with heart.