Selected features in BBC Science Focus magazine
- Metric Man – Technology now enables people to record their daily activity, read their DNA and measure everything from bad cholesterol to good bacteria. Can such self-tracking help you improve your health?
- Recreating the Neanderthal Mind – Scientists are growing ‘mini-brains’ containing Neanderthal genes. Could they reveal what made modern humans such a successful species?
- Gene Club – Amateurs are altering DNA as a hobby. So who are these biohackers, and what are they up to?
Selection from more than 200 articles on Forbes
- WHO Finally Admits Coronavirus Is Airborne. It’s Too Late
- What’s The Difference Between Covid-19 Coronavirus Vaccines?
- Scientists Don’t ‘Recommend’ Disinfectants For Coronavirus
- The Science Of ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Proves Thanos Did Nothing Wrong
- The Massive Problem With Deadpool’s Mutant Powers
- Science Says Superman Should Be Black
- Palpatine Is Actually Rey’s Grandmother, According To Science
- ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Solves The Kessel Run Problem
- ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Finally Explains The Force
- These Scientists Deserved A Nobel Prize, But Didn’t Discover Crispr
- A Biologist Explains: What Is Life?
- Modern Biology Began In The New York ‘Fly Room’
- Why We Love Looter-Shooter Games Like ‘Borderlands 3’
- Why ‘Pokémon GO’ Is The World’s Most Important Game
- Did ‘No Man’s Sky’ Steal A Scientist’s Superformula?
- A Spoiler Alert For ‘Game Of Thrones’ Might Ruin Plot Twists
- The Real Problem With ‘Ghostbusters’ Is Racist Stereotypes
- How ‘Inside Out’ Explains The Science Of Memory