Last year the warmest year on record without an El Niño

Provisional figures for global average near-surface temperatures confirm that last year, 2017, was the warmest year on record without the influence of warming from...

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,...

Bringing an ancient Neolithic tomb to life in augmented reality

State-of-the art technology will help bring an ancient prehistoric tomb to life, thanks to a new research project. Dr Ben Edwards from Manchester Metropolitan University,...

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...

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...

Can twitter helps us understand side effects of medicines? Manchester Scientists think it can

A study of over 20 thousand Twitter posts has revealed that less serious side-effects of steroids worry patients the most. The University of Manchester team...

Smile and change your TV channel

Imagine changing the channel of your TV simply by moving your cup of tea, adjusting the volume on a music player by rolling a...

Full-body scans may be the motivation we need to maintain healthy lifestyles

Whole-body scanning may be the motivation many women need to commit to and maintain healthy lifestyles, according to a new study. For many women, improved...

Electrons flowing like liquid in graphene start a new wave of physics

Graphene is many times more conductive than copper thanks, in part, to its two-dimensional structure. In most metals, conductivity is limited by crystal imperfections which...

How climate change 307 million years ago paved the way for early mammals

Researchers at the University of Birmingham have discovered that the mass extinction seen in plant species caused by the onset of a drier climate...

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