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The architecture of Buckminster Fuller was unlikely inspiration for Donald Ingber
Is humanity’s impact on its environment enough to usher in a new geological era: the Anthropocene?
The legacy of Ada Lovelace, the ultra-numerate countess
The tiny balls of plastic that are a very big deal
In this podcast, our science columnist, Oliver Morton, joins Matthew Sweet to talk about the energy flows in our cells and how they give us a new way to understand life itself
More and more decisions, from the music business to the sports field, are being delegated to data. But where does that leave our intuition?
A wonderful new book throws light on the essence of living
The tiny bit of iron that links dying stars to our ocean floors
The wandering albatross is dying in vast numbers – but there is hope too