Archivo: Cosmos

Two decades of plant growth throw accepted wisdom about carbon and plants into doubt.

A quantum internet could revolutionise communication, computing and basic science, and it may be only 10 years away. But what is it?

Athletes looking for the winning edge must master the space between the ears.

Italian science writer Gabriella Bernardi profiles seventeenth century astronomer Maria Cunitz.

Despite evidence that Neanderthals and humans swapped genes, none of the human ones appear to have been retained

The “rainbow serpent” was adapted to burrowing and swimming, modelling shows.

Tech-fix takes painless injections closer to reality

Modelling astrophysical discs reveals the emergence of Schrödinger’s equation, and the likelihood that astrophysical discs behave like subatomic particles.

More accurate estimates of the Hubble Constant throw current models off-track.

Seemingly contrary to the laws of physics, photons have been made to group together as pairs and triplets.