“We don’t want to preserve Aleppo as this theatre of war. We want to bring out the essence of the city.”
The protests reflect anger at a higher education model that treats staff as service providers and students as consumers.
Given its “Do No Evil” motto, Google’s decision to work with the world’s most robust military agency may seem surprising.
For some counter-culture genres of music, the digital revolution has been a blessing as well as a curse.
It’s hard not to feel a little destabilised after watching a robot’s freakishly long limbs open a door.
The latest reconstruction of the 10,000-year-old skeleton depicts a young man with dark skin, dark hair and blue eyes (and a sly smile)
The app continues the tradition of women bearing the burden for not getting pregnant.
Repackaged, immersive experiences can be more than just a kooky therapy for hipsters.
Texts where dragons, magic and extraterrestrial life are used to explore issues of morality and the value of life aren’t an easy sell.
Some are comparing the outbreak to the 1968 Hong Kong flu pandemic, which was caused by the same flu strain, H3N2.