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The physicist's final theorem, about why the universe seems fine-tuned for life, contains some provocative predictions. Will they be as fruitful as his insights into black holes?
The James Webb Space Telescope has taken an astonishingly detailed image of a Wolf-Rayet star as it blows off its outer layers in preparation to go supernova
The sixth synthesis report from the IPCC once again warns that without immediate and massive emissions reductions, limiting global warming to 1.5°C will be beyond reach
Swabs taken from the suspected seafood market in Wuhan contain both the coronavirus and DNA from raccoon dogs and other animals
Saturn's moon Titan is too cold for many types of chemical reactions, but quantum tunnelling could present a loophole that would allow reactions that are crucial for life