Issue 2: Underground
Evolution in tunnels, clandestine science education, rare earth mining, contraband media, and state-of-the-art physics labs deep beneath the earth: for our second issue, we're going underground. We're also launching a new monthly column, Sampling Eras, all about science and history. Check back throughout the month for even more great science writing.
Dark matter has never been directly detected; could a gold mine in Australia be part of the answer?
Volcanic eruptions help to cool the planet. Can geoengineers harness this in order to combat global warming?
Most PhD graduates won't find a job in academia. So how can people with an ultra-specialised area of expertise convey their value and skillset to non-researchers — including potential employers?
Scientific discovery is changing the way that we live our lives. Now, bioart is changing the way we think about science.
Before you reach for that bottle of pain medication, it's worth knowing how your genes affect the efficacy of pain relief.