The discovery shows that toxic substances of our own making have been around for a lot longer than we realised.
If you were wondering how Harry Potter got his name, then J.K. Rowling has finally given an answer.
This new Forbes column from theoretical physicist and science blogger Sabine Hossenfelder means the public get to see the reality of science through live peer-review.
As a commuter, it’s hard to see the beauty of that complex maze racing through it every morning on the way to work, but this short film manages to paint those endless tunnels as a work of art.
The supposed health food has turned into a pariah thanks to the American Heart Association reviewing existing evidence and deciding it advises against the oil’s use.
The London Underground is going to get a spring clean.
Today's dispute over short trousers is engulfing Watford General Hospital because the heat's driven everyone bonkers.
After nearly four years, David Lewandowski has created a new entry in his highly successful rubbermen videos.
60 years of service and they finally get her on a driving technicality.
The default Wi-Fi password on your SuperHub can be cracked incredibly quickly.
You could sign in to Justine Greening's Linkedin account.
Scientists from York University in Toronto have since observed what they call “enhanced airglow events” where elements in the night sky release photons.
Is Britain at Breaking Point? Or are you just being a treacherous Remoaner?
Jack Ma, the billionaire businessman and chairman of the Alibaba Group, believes that automation will help workers of the future enjoy more leisure time.
Australian scientists have developed a new efficient catalyst that converts carbon dioxide from the air into synthetic natural gas in a "clean" process, using solar energy.
The film’s tagline is a Jeff Goldblum classic that you’ve probably already guessed before I even finished this sentence.