Mathematics is at the heart of modern science but we shouldn’t forget other ways to reason, says author and researcher Roland ...
A device that measures minuscule gravitational forces could help us understand how gravity works on the quantum scale ...
Astronomers have found a new moon around Uranus and two orbiting Neptune – the first moons discovered orbiting these planets ...
Martin MacInnes, the author of New Scientist's latest book club pick, the Booker prize-longlisted sci-fi novel In Ascension, ...
Last year, the world's oceans broke many warming records. Environment reporter James Dinneen went to the world's largest ...
Biochemist Casimir Funk realised that certain compounds in our diet are essential for keeping us healthy – but he wasn't the ...
Newly released emails have revealed that the pseudonymous creator of bitcoin was aware of concerns over the potential energy ...
Adding alkaline chemicals to the huge volumes of wastewater discharged into the oceans each year could increase the amount of ...
A robot dog can use a leg to open doors, press buttons and pick up rucksacks while balancing on its other three legs.
So here’s where we’re at, in the concluding half of Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune. Cast into the ...
The soil on Mars could be melted down, spun into fibres as strong as steel and used to make durable building materials for a ...
Pigs that are immune to a disease estimated to cost farmers $2.7 billion a year globally look set to become the first ...