In celebration of the rubber duck: a squeeky clean hero of our times - December 6, The National

Doctor Who and the BBC celebrate 50 years of house calls - The National, November 22

How Taliban helped to bring polio back from the edge of extinction - The National, November 17

New test for Down's syndrome reduces risk for babies - The National, November 10

Ross Brawn, the brains behind Schumacher's Grand Prix fairytale - The National, October 31

Dwindling band of pioneers who helped forge a nation from sand - The National, October 17

Ten billion and rising: how many more of us can Earth support? - The National, October 5

Bridget Jones is back, recreating pride and prejudice - The National, October 4

A little birdie told me: how Twitter can take a nation's pulse - The National, September 30

Addicted to over-the-counter opium: a generation hooked on codeine - Daily Mail, September 19

How Dennis the Menace found himself in the court of Kim Jong-un - The National, September 5

How politics conspired to starve 250,000 people in Somalia - The National, August 26

Why mathematicians will always struggle to make the weather add up - The National, August 17

The lost forests hidden beneath the desert sands - The National, August 13

Is the Arab Spring honeymoon over for western journalists? - The National, August 9

In the wake of history: sailing Croatia's Dalmatian coast - Wall Street Journal Europe, August 2

The lonely life of Ratan Tata, India's modest magnate - The National, August 2

The Iceman returneth: how Ivan Lendl gave tennis back to the British - The National, July 12

How the sea shaped the musical vision of Benjamin Britten - The National, June 21

Big Data: we are all collaborators in our own surveillance - The National, June 12

How gold-digger who killed her Arab prince escaped the hangman - The National, June 8

China's new First Lady helps Communism sing a more popular song - The National, June 7

Art immaterial: why absence is the most powerful form of expression - The National, June 1

Did Arabs beat Captain Cook to Australia? - The National, May 29

The Arab past, digitised for tomorrow - The National, May 26

A fatal diagnosis for latest edition of psychiatry's manual? - British Medical Journal, May 22

So you think you are sane ... welcome to the new DSM - The National, May 20

The new coronavirus: many questions, few answers - The National, May 16

Virus deaths began a year earlier than thought, and in Jordan - The National, May 16

Sergeant Chuck Hagel, the Pentagon's voice of reason - The National, April 26

World's (latest) largest superyacht makes waves - The National, April 22

Lichtenstein and the art of the retrospective - The National, April 18

The life of Psy, the perpetual click machine - The National, April 18

Saloua Choucair - the artist who was discovered too late - The National, April 13

Uneasy lies the head that wears the Spanish crown - The National, April 12

Understanding the evolution of the perfect predator - The National, April 8

Doctors and the alcohol industry: an unhealthy mix? - The British Medical Journal, April 2

Pioneer whose moment in the sun came too soon - The National, March 17

What our brains could lose in translation - The National, March 14

The billionaire who said no thanks to Forbes - The National, March 8

Doctors turn to IT to ease pain of revalidation - The British Medical Journal, March 5

Terry Fox and his lasting legacy - The National, February 22

A forest of steel and ingenuity - The National, February 18

Pope's approach to Islam was sincere but indelicate - The National, February 12

The mystery of Mr McGeever - The National, February 11

Advice from Cicero: don't lose your head - The National, February 2

Kim Dotcom: a mega player with problems to match - The National, January 25

Water, not oil, is the next big challenge - The National, January 12