Pesticides may cause bumblebees to lose their buzz, study finds

Pesticides significantly reduce the number of pollen grains a bumblebee is able to collect, a new University of Stirling study has found. The research, conducted...

Europe’s cities face more extreme weather than previously thought

A Landmark study shows the impact of flooding, droughts and heatwaves by 2050-2100 will exceed previous predictions. The research, by Newcastle University, UK, has for the first...

Artefact study to shed new light on life in Roman and Late Antique Egypt

The first in-depth study of Roman and Late Antique Egypt using everyday artefacts as its principal source of evidence has been awarded a large...

The moral side of GPS trackers for children – Do or Don’t?

The modern world has brought to life lots of different gadgets and while they are useful to some extent, most of them can be...

Honeybees are struggling to get enough good bacteria

Modern monoculture farming, commercial forestry and even well-intentioned gardeners could be making it harder for honeybees to store food and fight off diseases, a...

Risk of developing smoking diseases increases with age, research shows

The risk of developing serious disease from smoking increases with age, new big data analytics research confirms. The study found that the longer people smoked...

10,000 Years on, Channel 4 unveils the face of the ‘First Brit’

A Channel 4 film will exclusively unveil the face of Britain’s oldest complete skeleton. It Airing as part of Channel 4’s critically-acclaimed Secret History strand,...

New research reveals British Isles buried under ice sheets 2.5 million years ago

Breakthrough research has revealed the British Isles were repeatedly submerged under an ice sheet extending to the centre of the North Sea over a...

Small steps-Salford research into the pitter patter of tiny feet

Researchers in Salford are looking for parents of babies to take part in the first study its kind aimed at transforming our understanding of...

Ocean warming signals diet change for European shags

The diet of European shags has diversified as a result of warming North Sea temperatures according to a new long-term study led by the University of Liverpool and...

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