Peter Coles weighs up three books on the momentous expedition that proved the general theory of relativity.
The decision could derail multi-million-dollar research projects such as the Sirius synchrotron.
Tumour immunology has travelled a long and bumpy road. Gerard Evan examines an uneven treatment of it.
Reforms made by the military junta mean science is likely to remain a priority for whoever forms a government.
International team plans to extract 1.5-million-year-old ice that holds secrets about the planet’s ancient climate.
Valentin Amrhein, Sander Greenland, Blake McShane and more than 800 signatories call for an end to hyped claims and the dismissal of possibly crucial effects.
Agustín Fuentes compares three books on the origins, trajectory and implications of our group behaviour.
Tuskegee whistle-blower who drove social justice in biomedicine.
Speak up early when misunderstandings arise, says Jamie Sugrue, or risk their snowballing into something you never prepared for.
A global biodiversity crash 251.9 million years ago has revealed how ecosystems respond to extreme perturbation. The finding that terrestrial ecosystems were less affected than marine ones is unexpected.
Be impartial, humble and good value, urge Chris Tyler and Karen Akerlof.
How do meerkat populations respond to extreme climatic variations?
Researchers are struggling to assess the dangers of nondegradable compounds used in clothes, foams and food wrappings.
International efforts to enhance the quality of tea are falling short of their potential — mainly because of the way that research is conducted in countries that dominate tea production.
A bid for freedom.
Barbara Kiser reviews five of the week’s best science picks.
Proposed land exchanges between Kosovo and Serbia could undermine efforts to rebuild multi-ethnic education and research.