Do negative interactions lead to negative emotions, or can arguing on the internet actually be positive for people's mental health?
Early-stage research success hints at a visionary future in which an immersive glass-free 3D experience could be possible at the cinema.
Edinburgh’s global reputation as a knowledge economy is rooted in the performance and international outlook of its four universities.
Discovered in Manchester, the invisible 2D substance is currently being explored in an exhibition examining its history and revealing its potential.
Groupon photoshoots, SEO, and what spying and sex work have in common.
Enough of "linked" and "attributable": a new paper concludes that alcohol directly causes seven types of cancer.
Terrorist organisations are strategically fluid, and deploying lone wolf attacks in the West allows them to extend their reach with limited resources.
The Tsimane’ – a population of people in a rural village in Bolivia – are overturning scientists' understanding of why humans prefer consonant sounds over dissonant ones.
The new film Worst Tinder Date Ever will join a long tradition of poorly-thought-through tech storylines.
Newborn ducklings can differentiate between objects that are the same and objects that are different, causing scientists to rethink the place of abstract thinking.
The passion driving fighters to be in the cage in the first place is one that will inevitably put them at risk of a brain injury.
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