Archivo: Cosmos

A new Australian joint venture aims to bring the age of personalised medicine closer.

You can’t break the laws of physics, but sometimes you can bend them.

The spin of extremely old and distant galaxies shows they are dominated by regular matter rather than the dark stuff.

New modelling describes how magnetic fields drive turbulent winds that can snuff out star formation.

Laboratory experiments offer a glimpse into why planets are not all created equal.

But apparent signs of recovery in two of New Zealand’s ice floes isn’t the good news it seems.

Sophisticated gas monitoring devices and satellite GPS data are starting to give scientists a fighting chance of forecasting devastating blasts.

‘Squeezed light’ could make for an even more sensitive gravitational wave detectors.

The universe is a lot more complicated than many people think. Paul Davies explains.

Twinkling termite mounds and sparkling acacia trees could mark the spot where veins of gold can be found in a region of Western Australia.