12 August 2019,
If we wish civilisation to keep functioning, with all the technology currently at our disposal, then we need minerals – but at what cost to the environment?
10 July 2019,
It's not just a wealth of natural resources that makes Iran such a target, but the fact they're nationalised explains Adi MacArtney
2 July 2019,
24 June 2019,
Is climate change exacerbating armed conflicts around the world? Yes, but probably less than you thought.
7 June 2019,
A review of the most interesting news about science from around the universe by Byline Times' science correspondent Adi MacArtney
29 May 2019,
Adi MacArtney on the debate in British institutions about how to account for their colonial past.
13 May 2019,
Adi MacArtney shines some detailed light on the heated debate about the collapse of biodiversity in our ecosystems.
12 April 2019,
Adi McArtney wonders whether germline editing is humanity simply taking Darwinism off autopilot or is a dark new chapter of divisive social engineering
4 April 2019,
What are the consequences of handing over life and death decisions to a machine in combat, even with tokenistic human oversight?
29 March 2019,
Realising the myriad of ways that science is intimately connected with human life took me some time. It dawned on me slowly as I experienced homelessness, Himalayan mountaineering, war zones, Delhi slums, gender transitioning and sex work.