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bill nye's guide to saving the world
The beloved television star talks climate change, extraterrestrial life, and the code-breaking, bra-burning women who raised him.
the science of breaking up
Sometimes love hurts, but breaking up isn't all bad. One science and psychology writer shares what he learned after a painful personal experience.
what is hair?
A scientific look at the stuff, and why we have it.
karlie kloss to save the world with new netflix science show
The supermodel, coder, and social entrepreneur joins a diverse cast led by popular science legend Bill Nye in the upcoming Netflix series.
our selfies aren't as cute as we think they are, says study
A new study finds that regular selfie-takers might be seriously overestimating their perceived hotness.
study says we start losing friends after 25
A team of researchers have identified the exact age at which we start losing touch with people — and why doing so isn't necessarily a bad thing.
art-science pioneer helen storey's radical fashion manifesto
She designed for Valentino in the 80s, upcycled rubbish into couture in the 90s and is tackling climate change head-on in the here and now; Professor Helen Storey is leading the fashion revolution.
will drones take fashion into the future?
From birds-eye cameras to smart umbrellas, fashion brands and publishers are scrambling to find ways of using drones. i-D asks: gimmick or innovation?
what can fashion learn from science?
Could the hard science and fashion worlds ever truly collaborate? New groups like Descience say yes.
the science of beauty
Science journalist Douglas Main explores the scientific roots of beauty, from evolution to art, symmetry to fertility.