Archives: The Guardian

Island sprang up near Tonga three years ago, giving researchers a glimpse of how flora and fauna colonise it

Study finds stool transplants from some donors are far more effective than others

We all cling to beliefs despite the evidence. Immersive theatre experience The Justice Syndicate aims to show why

Flat earthers, who believe the Earth is a large disk, may be shocked to find the ship’s navigation is based on a spherical planet

An extraordinary new documentary about identical triplets who were separated at birth has reignited the debate over the dominance of DNA in controlling our behaviour and the way we live our lives

When high doses of painkillers led to widespread addiction, it was called one of the biggest mistakes in modern medicine. But this was no accident.

The discover of a unique rooting anatomy from 407m years ago supports theory roots evolved at least twice, and step by step

Urgent changes needed to cut risk of extreme heat, drought, floods and poverty, says IPCC

Researchers not sure apparent protective effect extends to progestin only products such as mini pill and implants

60% of the bonnethead shark’s diet is made up of seagrass, which they happily graze upon as well as eating fish, crabs, snails and shrimp