Science cannot and should not be used to justify prejudice.
The week in science: 4–10 August 2017.
Women with sleep disorders were about twice as likely to deliver babies more than six weeks early.
Scientific network aims to train a generation of African leaders in primate research.
Gene-edited embryos are exciting, but the truly urgent conversations concern genomic medicine, says Vivienne Parry.
A flaw in the system leaves physicists grappling with dimensionless units.
It’s time for researchers to lend their expertise to expediting the arrival of cutting-edge therapies that are waiting in the wings.
Odd results could still be consistent with the ‘standard model’ of cosmology.
Experiments that reveal the behaviour of antihydrogen could tell physicists more about the rules that hold the Universe together.
Under-exploited plants offer untold medical and economic promise that should be pursued, urges Ameenah Gurib-Fakim.