More than 200 confirmed cases have been recorded in North and South America, Australia, the Middle East, North Africa and ...
A study of people in the US suggests those at high genetic risk of dementia are less likely to develop the condition if they ...
It’s human chauvinism to assume not, argues one reader, and another shares his experience of how his dogs respond to death ...
In the past three decades, suicides involving guns have steadily dropped around the world. While down overall in the US since ...
Magnetic fields may possibly influence the climate, due to their impact on galactic cosmic rays blasted at Earth from space ...
Baking a mixture of saltwater and materials that mimic dust from the moon or Mars at a high temperature produced sturdy ...
Society must balance the pros and cons of nuclear energy and work out the massive issue of who foots the bills when power ...
Some scientists insist that the cause of all things exists at the most fundamental level, even in complex systems like living ...
The history books say the infamous plague pandemic of the 14th century killed at least half of the population of Europe. But ...
An exuberant and authoritative book puts wasps in their rightful place – at the centre of research, says Simon Ings ...
With an enormous sperm whale to feast on, Svalbard polar bears gain access to more than just the bear necessities ...
What would you say to a bat – or a dolphin – if you could? An ingenious radio programme by sci-fi writer Matthew de Abaitua ...