Science

Instead of embarking on the project of “saving God” by replacing him with the natural and human shaped world, it is perhaps time to acknowledge that it is we ourselves that need saving – just replacing God with Nature isn’t enough

The neuroscientist Raymond Tallis and the philosopher Roger Scruton discuss the human condition with the Editor of Standpoint, Daniel Johnson

The latest work on synthetic cell creation by Craig Venter raises serious questions about bioethics

Science and faith need not contradict each other because they concern different matters

Are humans just the most complex of molecular machines or something qualitatively different?

Modern secular millennarians are embracing illiberal ideologies — and once again the Jews are in the firing line

The Royal Institution has made a huge mistake by sacking its media-friendly director

The Master and his Emissary — The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World by Iain McGilchrist

A new British-pioneered nuclear reactor can help cut our reliance on fossil fuels

When politics has entered the scientific debate over climate change, how can we trust the experts?