Using an fMRI scanner to view word groups in the brain could take us closer to creating a universal ‘language decoder’.
What is the placebo effect and could it resolve the antibiotic crisis? We explore the famed phenomenon that has mystified scientists since its discovery over 200 years ago.
Will government-funded researchers lose their voices this May? A new regulation may threaten UK scientists’ right to campaign, advise, and speak out about science.
A.I. Milestone Reached as Google Robot beats European Champion of the game Go, also known as Weiqi.
Technology and the internet is the subject and medium of this London art exhibition, in over 100 works from the 1960’s through to present day.
A recent study caused some confusion concerning the sustainability of vegetarianism. So what did the study actually conclude?
Only 5 days to go until you can get your hands on a copy of I, Science! Watch this video for a sneak peek of issue 32.
Worrying news about a widely used last-resort antibiotic, as its overuse in agriculture is thought to have caused resistance gene to develop.
How would you feel if your body, mental health and behaviour were meticulously measured and analysed over a 20 year period? For 10,000 New Yorkers, this will soon become a reality.