Scientists have found new chemistry that could hint at the origins of Life on Earth, and in turn, our ancestry.
In this Feature, we image what a conversation between Freddie Mercury and his producer might have been like, if his producer had been a massive science nerd and wanted to correct Freddie’s ‘alternative facts’.
We discuss the diversity of intersex people whose experience of gender goes beyond the traditional categories of male and female.
In this article we will count down our top ten favourite popular songs written about extra-terrestrials and other worlds from the 1950s to date.
The new NASA mission, ICON, is looking to demonstrate how planet Earth and its weather contributes to the physics of the ionosphere.
In the fourth part of our Diary of a researcher series, Josh Greenslade gives us an insight in to what life is like at an observatory 2,800m above sea level. One thing is for sure: not even making coffee is easy up there.
As part of our Taboo issue of I,Science, Mary Barker explored the stigma around sex work, and the dangers it can create for those in the industry.