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Our smartphones are fast becoming extensions of ourselves. So what happens when we're separated from them?
When more money in Britain is spent on researching cures for baldness than for malaria, then there's a problem.
A new report suggests that women are lost to a potential career in engineering at the age of 16, when A-level and vocational subject choices are made – More needs to be done to challenge society’s clichéd attitudes and expectations of “masculine” and “feminine” career paths.
Locking black people in cages for the amusement of wealthy Europeans was a common Victorian amusement – but is recreating it for art’s sake also recreating the racism?
Nature Communications will be the first Nature-branded open access-only journal - a huge step in the right direction for the progression of scientific communication.
Emma Watson aims to tackle gender inequality through the launch of a new global feminist initiative called “HeForShe”. The campaign aims to recruit 1 billion boys and men to become global advocates for women's rights.
Homeopaths can now get their "medicine" accredited by an official regulatory body, to the dismay of critics.
STEM academics are planning to vote No in today's referendum over concerns that they will lose a significant amount of UK-wide research funding.
Dreadnoughtus schrani, which walked the earth 77 million years ago, is the largest land animal ever known – dwarfing such monsters as Diplodocus and Tyrranosaurus Rex.
Nazir Afzal, the CPS’s lead on child sexual abuse, suggests that the victims were targeted due to their vulnerability, and not because they were white.