Sam Jarman is a communicator of all things physics, from black holes to nature-inspired technology. He is also a regular contributor for online magazines including Physics World, Scientia, and Research Outreach.
Popular media often frame scientists as having a cold, sterile view of the world. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
The researchers consumed a lot of wine while watching 15 seasons of the show.
Small spiders use their silk threads to passively fly, a process called ballooning. Learning how could help atmospheric scientists.
Russia has spent years exploring the viability of building a self-contained internet. It could soon become reality.
The knobby starfish skeleton has diamond-like properties and could inspire new designs for lightweight, highly resilient ceramics, with widespread applications in engineering and construction.
A new method of extracting rare-earth elements could put us on the track toward a circular economy.