Hollywood's go-to hard science fiction and space epics writer Jon Spaihts says drama takes precedence but he also tries to write scripts that teach no harmful fallacies
The popular author embarked a decade ago on his eye-opening journey of research for the acclaimed science book A Short History of Nearly Everything. At that time, he could never have envisaged the popularity and esteem his book would be held in today
Author Emily Anthes discusses her book Frankenstein's Cat: Cuddling Up to Biotech's Brave Beasts, out this week in paperback
Tyson hopes that the updated Cosmos can play a small part in improving the severe lack of scientific literacy among many adults today
Gravity's Oscar-Winning Visual Effects Mastermind Talks about Computer Graphics and "Weightlessness"
Tim Webber won the Oscar this week for Best Achievement in Visual Effects for his work on Gravity
Mathematician Marcus du Sautoy, one of the U.K.'s leading popularizers, takes over a post held by Richard Dawkins and describes the importance of storytelling and crossing scientific language barriers
Felicity Aston is a British adventurer, climate scientist and STEM advocate, who in 2012 became the first woman to ski solo across Antarctica.At 23, Felicity left the UK to spend three years living and working in the Antarctic as a meteorologist with the British Antarctic Survey atRothera Research Station.On her return, she was part of [...]