Sharks reel in fans in Eastern Mediterranean winter waters
The wind was blowing, clouds blocked the sun and the sea was choppy and cold, but Hagai Mayer and his two friends...
'Paradise on Earth': Ghost of North Korea propaganda still haunts
Harunori Kojima still remembers the hot tears of joy that warmed his face against the sleet as he watched two...
Portugal nurses suspend strike but vow to fight on
A nurses' strike in Portugal which brought non-essential operations to a standstill for nearly three weeks over...
Facebook needs regulation – here's why it should be done by algorithms
Parliamentary report likened it to 'digital gangster'
Vaccine could virtually eliminate cervical cancer
The rapid scale-up of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine could virtually eliminate cervical cancer in a...
British consumers discard 680 million items of clothing a year
Fixing throwaway fashion culture will take far more than a 1p tax
Brexit: journalists must now focus on policy not personalities
Media largely remains quite critical
Seven myths and truths about healthy skin
Some myths can be 'stubbornly enduring'
Fountain of youth? Study finds new anti-ageing compound in plant
Substance in plant removes 'cellular garbage' that builds up in cells
Making cities more walkable: how other people influence our journeys
Urban planners have much to learn from social influences
What happens to the natural world if all the insects disappear?
Consequences for agriculture and wildlife would be dire
'Smiling depression': here's why that's particularly dangerous
These people might be particularly vulnerable to suicide
A child’s right to family
There is a saying which goes: “Parental love is the only love that is truly selfless, unconditional and...
Interior design of the future will seem like magic
Smart homes will be getting much smarter
Tiny S.Africa beach restaurant crowned best in world
World Restaurant Awards are overseen by 100 judges
Hugely successful Mars mission is helping us design the next Rover
Opportunity rover has been pronounced dead
'Killer' cells raise hope of universal flu vaccine
'Extraordinary breakthrough' could lead to one-shot vaccine
Virus-infested fungus could help cut chemical pesticides
With the world needing 2bn tonnes of crops a year, alternative is needed
Admitting that vaccinology is imperfect science may be better way to defeat sceptics
Vaccines have saved more lives than any other medical intervention
Lend me your name
The concept of ‘prestanome mandate’ is often misconstrued, perhaps due to the wrong impression had by...