Square eyes = no prize.
Teenagers spend one-third of their lives sitting down and three hours a day watching TV. New findings confirm that it's not just their health that is at risk.
Stop dividing children into arts and science specialists at an age when they are not ready to choose.
Why are we splitting our children up into arts and sciences at an age when hormones are raging and peer pressure is so powerful? It's time for an overhaul of post-16 education.
Is that clear?
The new question risks leading voters down an uncertain path.
A new study has produced puzzling results about how the environment affects men's and women's mental health.
Taking the mic. Varoufakis.
Greece's 'accidental economist' speaks to the UK's leading minds on Syriza, the troika, and whether he’s just a little over-exposed.
The nation’s last emperor was followed by chaos, but more recently triumph
Authoritarian and landlocked it may be, but Addis Ababa will mark its last emperor's death as a model of development.
Ukraine takes a hit: shell damage in Donetsk.
Ukraine is waging a war of self-defence against an international aggressor. We should stop pretending otherwise.
The future may not be as bleak as we thought.
Five new European studies say dementia occurrence is stable or falling. Our panic may have been unnecessary.
While many of the fruits of the human genome project could be decades away, DNA sequencing of drug-resistant bacteria has been striding forwards
Preparation of monoclonal antibodies in the lab.
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Most people have never heard of them, but monoclonal antibodies have transformed medicine in the 40 years since their discovery.
The Nurse Review of Research Councils is due to be published in December 2015. So why has the government asked McKinsey and Company to report on the same thing three months earlier in September?
A simple experiment with plastic straws, Lego bricks and a hair dryer is the basis for a future surgeon's sensitive tools.
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Financial stress is more likely to cause Australians to drop out of home ownership. Why?
Ringmaster. CEOs are playing to the crowd.
A cheerful assessment of the profit potential from a merger is an easy sell to eager investors.
On the threshold of a new era?
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If you ignore the spoiling campaign being run by the press, the left-winger's campaign platform begins to appear eminently sensible.
The difference between “real” time, measured by clocks, and our own sense of time can sometimes seem enormous.
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While few will dispute that a minute comprises 60 seconds, the perception of time can vary dramatically from person to person and from one situation to the next. Time can race, or it can drag.
What a show off.
Southpaw looks set to be a fairly familiar boxing movie. So what can we expect?
Current + lack of current = a headache for phycists.
We may have to rewrite physics textbooks after a material that can act both like a conductor and an insulator simultaneously has been discovered.
Boxing clever? Osborne delivers.
Instant reaction from academics as George Osborne delivers his post-election budget.
Hard hat area. Osborne will struggle to sell his version of growth.
An economic recovery underpinned by household debt is storing up problems for an ideological chancellor.