The increasing ability to create mini human brains in labs or integrate human cells into animal brains is rightly provoking worries about their use, says Alex Pearlman
Thousands of criminal cases are under review, forensic labs are failing to meet basis standards and some are just going bust. Where did it all go wrong?
Research exchanges could help open up North Korea and reduce long-standing tensions with South Korea and its allies -if politicians will allow it, says Mark Zastrow.
The US’s decision to regard wood as carbon neutral flies in the face of the evidence and will lead to increased emissions
Republican politician Jim Bridenstine has taken the reins at NASA after a long battle. What will his appointment mean for the space agency, asks Samantha Murphy
Russia has unintentionally knocked out several major cloud services in ongoing efforts to cut access to secure messaging app Telegram
The “G-spotplasty” is intended to improve G-spot sensitivity, but some worry it will make women who don’t orgasm vaginally think they have a medical problem
The Gaia satellite has been scouring the sky for years. Over 22 months, it has located billions of stars and thousands of galaxies. Here’s what it found
The inhabitants of Sandby borg in southern Sweden were violently killed 1500 years ago, just decades after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire
Is this normal physics, some type of optical illusion, or just plain magic?