Illustrations on the topic of science, as published in Internazionale.
City-wide quantum data network in China is the largest ever built.
by Matthew Sparkes
From jet fuel to clothes, microbes can help us recycle carbon dioxide into everyday products.
by Jamin Wood, Bernardino Virdis, Shihu Hu
Group-think: what it is and how to avoid it.
by Colin Fisher
People from Mexico show stunning amount of genetic diversity.
by Lizzie Wade
Herbal remedies can help to treat neglected tropical diseases.
And a scientific approach will identify the best of them
Sexual Attraction Is the Oldest Story on Earth when one cell drifts by another cell, pheromones fly.
by Ilana E. Strauss
Record $8 billion payout won’t turn back the clock on US opioid crisis.
by Clare Wilson
Brain baloney has no place in the classroom.
by Pete Etchells
Could we jump into a wormhole to save us from the world at present?
by Chanda Prescod-Weinstein
Rats Have Not Changed.
Sheltering in place produced a “natural experiment” for urban wildlife.
by Sarah Zhang
Food allergies may be on the rise because babies start solids too late.
Giving babies potentially allergenic foods early on, may reduce the risk of allergies – but many parents don’t, as that conflicts with advice to breastfeed until six months.
by Clare Wilson
Some fish are still full of mercury, for a worrying reason.
by Ed Yong
Browsing deer affect how a forest sounds.
Changes in the auditory environment as a result of herbivory, could influence how animals communicate, and may have implications for sound-based monitoring of species.
by Jeff Akst
Human drugs are polluting the water – and animals are swimming in it.
by Rebecca Giggs
Schrödinger’s cat and quantum mechanics.
Natural selection may help account for Dutch height advantage.
by Carl Zimmer
Panic, depression and stress: the case against meditation.
by Miguel Farias and Catherine Wikholm