Ectogenesis could be the reproduction revolution of the century, as Bethany Lumborg explains, while Matt Byrne highlights the complex biological and ethical implications of artificial wombs
Iqra Choudhry tears apart a study that claims to accurately predict sexuality
Miriam Atkinson delves into the realms of science fiction as she attempts to determine if alien civilisation really does exist or if a peculiar pile of rock has confused scientists
Can a power change improve the controversial image of IPCC?
If this is true I’ll eat my hat; Manuella Aturia explores the curious appetite of people with Pica.
Anna Jastrzembska wonders why we enjoy serial killers, shocks and the gory glory of Saw films
Peter Austin looks beyond the uncanny to expose some of the scientific secrets of supernatural creatures.
David Leighton investigates the electrifying origin of Frankenstein’s Monster, appraising the science fiction genre and looking at what drives such imaginative narratives of science
Scientists may have cracked the art of invisibility but Leo Bear-McGuiness claims to see straight through it
Sakura Brandi explains why it won’t take a rocket scientist to contribute to meaningful research. Conversely, James Fryett reasons that scientific investigation is perhaps best left to the pros.