Douglas Phillips answers the question: Can I legally make my PC think it’s a Mac?
Dennis Barron looks at Amazon’s decision to pull copies of Orwell’s “1984” and “Animal Farm” from individual’s Kindle libraries.
Douglas E. Phillips looks at Google’s new operating system.
A look at a BitTorrent ruling in Sweden.
Joseph Siracusa on whether nuclear weapons make us safer or not.
How should we govern the internet?
Daniel Sperling reflects on his Daily Show appearance.
The last installment of Jeffrey Lockwood’s blog on the development of nerve gases.
Part Two of Jeffrey Lockwood’s blog on the development of nerve gases.
Part one of a three-part blog on Six-Legged Soldiers: Using Insects as Weapons of War.
Ben looks at robots and geography.
Frank Close explains the importance of the Large Hadron Collider to us.
OUP UK’s Head of Publicity, Kate Farquhar-Thomson, heads to the BA Festival of Science in Liverpool
An excerpt from David McFarland’s book Guilty Robots, Happy Dogs.
Two authors debate the future of food.
A debate between leading experts Robert Paarlberg (Betty F. Johnson Professor of Political Science at Wellesley College) and Pamela Ronald (Professor of Plant Pathology at the University of California), regarding how to ensure a safe food supply, that is also kind to the environment.