Mitochondria are tiny chemical factories inside our cells, but the reason their blueprints are a bit different is down to bacteria.
From the honey bee to the humpback whale, animals dance to show off to potential mates, canoodle with loved ones and even to tell family members the whereabouts of food. We count down eight of nature’s greatest dance moves.
If you are looking for the most economical car, this streamlined number is looking to travel from Amsterdam to Moscow on just 1 litre of petrol!
Traditionally, expectant mothers have been excluded from clinical trials, but could this practice be doing more harm than good? Emily Anthes investigates.
Who doesn't love a good Google Doodle? We're smitten with the technology giant's iconic nods to major events in world history, especially when they are science themed. Here are some of our favourite science Google...
For more than 15 years the International Space Station has been floating above the Earth, with the astronauts aboard taking some rather delightful photos as they work - can you guess where these ones are of?
See some of the beautiful images from this year’s inaugural Royal Society Publishing photography competition, celebrating the power of photography to communicate science.