An accidental find of a collection of young red dwarf stars close to our solar system could give a rare glimpse of slow-motion planet formation.
Wildlife photography acts as a torch, shining a light onto the face of extinction so that extraordinary species are not lost to the darkness. But it is then up to the rest of us to act and make a change, writes Dustin Welbourne.
Researchers and firefighters have long speculated that fire tornadoes might exist. Now we know they do, write Jason Sharples and Rick McRae.
The use of "final offer" arbitration could lead to more efficient dispute resolutions, saving conflicted parties time, money and reputation, write Rohan Alexander and Ben O'Neill.
Automated cameras and microphones will help better connect the public with life in the wild, writes Dustin Welbourne.
Our obsession with speed and our reliance on cars as a supposedly fast mode of transport may be an underlying cause of our lack of time, writes Paul Tranter.