there's officially no such thing as a single gay gene
Nature or nurture, being gay is still great.
scientists are developing a pill to cure loneliness
These are duds mate I don't even feel anything lets take another.
you can actually have a type on paper, according to science
Love Island contestants vindicated.
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.