The accepted view that the islanders degraded their environment so much that they destroyed its ability to provide for them now appears to be wrong.
The impact that doomed the dinosaurs may also have sent life to Jupiter, James Mitchell Crow reports.
Gales, drafts, gusts and breezes – why we get them, and how we harness their power.
Rebecca Wragg Sykes’ interest in Neanderthals goes back to childhood. Now she pieces their lives together by studying the tools they used, writes Fiona Gruber.
Is the virus that appeared for the first time in the Middle East last year, a scary emergent infection or a false alarm?
The US Supreme Court ruled that biotech companies cannot patent our genes. Is this good news for genetic research?
Tectonic plate theory revolutionised the way we look at our planet.
One of the world's most esteemed physicists said of President Obama's role in promoting the anthropogenic climate change myth: The president's flat wrong.
Why is the sky blue? It is a question that, in true Sumner Miller fashion, leads to many more: What is light? What is the sky made of? How do we perceive colour?
A trip to the Antarctic to gather data that they can compare with the measurements taken by Australian explorer & geologist Douglas Mawson more than 100 years ago