Synesthesia is a hugely rare cross-sensory condition - and yet features in some of our most famous canonical works. How can we ever understand the experience of a synesthete?
Welcome to the British Library’s new exhibition, which will certainly put your mind in motion, as its title suggests, thanks to its atypical depiction of the genius we think we know.
On astrophysics, unconscious bias, and women in science
Prompted by Professor John Lennox's new book, Jack Sagar grapples with questions about science, God, and the faith that binds us all together.
Dr Fengying Liu's departure has raised concerns over Oxford's ability to recruit academics from around the world after Brexit
Jonathan Stark explains how the TESS satellite will help us find new life
The findings surprised experts, who previously believed the dodo lived out its life as a show bird in London
The University clarified it will keep its “desired outcomes from the Brexit negotiations unchanged.”
Jonathan Stark reports on advances in the fight against HIV that could have major consequences
The Ig Nobel Prize is science at its most curious, writes Irteza Ishraq