Presenting accounts of technological success in captive lion breeding against the backdrop of rapidly diminishing wildlife loss lets humans off the hook too ...
The 1991 Gulf War was seen as the start of an age of peace, but paved the way for much future conflict.
Genes that control blood type and are involved in inflammation have been associated with more severe disease.
Despite repeated pledges to improve diversity, data and industry testimony shows that there are fewer people from minority backgrounds getting jobs in the film and...
Neanderthal-human hybrid brains grown in the lab give fascinating insights into evolution.
The UK government's announcement on how students work will be graded is too little, too late.
Each bit of plastic takes a unique journey once it reaches the ocean. We're trying to spot the patterns.
Where solitary reading drives us into ourselves, reading aloud can be a deeply sensuous experience
This is the oldest genome recovered from a non-permafrost environment.
If we care that MPs treat all their constituents fairly, we should support work that tests them on their biases – even...
A transcript of episode 4 of The Conversation Weekly podcast. Including a story on how scientists are speeding up the hunt for dark matter.
The responsibility should not simply lie with employees who are working even harder.
Two experts explain why the UK's vaccine programme has been a success, while abroad China, Russia and India use vaccine supplies to...
What the closure of Blue Sky studios means for the future of cartoons
Protecting jobs that will be lost anyway is money that could be spent on building the green economy.
Good decisions and investment have built a strong supply chain, while various experts have helped with distribution.
Some are motivated by sustainability, others just hate accumulating stuff.
Millennials' favourite ?? is the latest casualty of gen z's emoji snobbery.
The effects of the pandemic and recent engineering concerns with the new and still unflown Space Launch System may delay the Artemis programme.
We now know a lot about what makes adults fall into conspiracy theories but investigations into how the pull in young people are only just beginning.
Universities can provide the leadership and motivation to keep different groups learning from each other and working together.
Entrenched inequality in most of Latin America has led to worsening poverty rates and increasing violence and instability/
The line between supporting welfare on one hand, and paying for core services on the other has become more blurry since the pandemic
The pandemic has highlighted how remote country communities need flexible transport options that better serve their unique needs.
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A production line takes tigers from zoos to be harvested for their meat, skin and bones.
Taking people's views into account results in designs that better fit their needs.
We should assess the pandemic’s effect in the round, beyond just COVID deaths.
Boredom can make you angry, impulsive or find meaning in life.