Gird your loins.
Recent research into the health effects of the plastic-making chemicals phthalates has reignited concerns about low sperm counts. But the evidence is far from conclusive.
Lunchtime at the super-croc enclosure.
Palaeontologists have been lining up to complain about the inaccuracies in the new blockbuster. They need to focus on the positives.
Prepare to meet thy chainsaw.
Ever wondered what it would like if you carved up the biggest land-based carnivore of all time?
Women’s football isn’t popular? Pull the other one.
The progressive march of women’s football offers a refreshingly different FIFA story from that which has dominated the headlines over the past few weeks.
Stage-managed diplomacy in Haiti.
François Hollande can't avoid the issue of reparations for slavery, but nor can he take control of it.
An unprecedented package of powers has been welcomed by Manchester authorities, while the public is left wondering.
The fearsome 56?
Scotland's pre-eminent historian analyses the road ahead for Scotland and the United Kingdom.
You take the high road and I’ll take the low road.
There were two winners on Thursday night and they may well find themselves on a collision course in the new parliament.
The Green’s need to be more radical with their plans for sport.
The potential of sport is overlooked in the Green's manifesto.
Lib Dems keep sport on the sidelines.
Lib Dems want to "build a healthier society", but hardly address physical activity.
Bend it like Miliband.
Labour hasn't made any new evident spending pledges for sports. Is it failing to see sport as a crucial part of culture?
The SNP manifesto only mentions sports in two places.
The SNP should acknowledge the role sport could have in many of their manifesto pledges.
“You don’t know what you’re doing!” - Tory sport plans are not enough.
PA/ Andrew Yates
Conservative sport manifesto puts the elite ahead of the grassroots.
Despite not being able to swim anymore, fossil fish could help find the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Understanding the evolution of fossil fish could help us explore the ocean and build better underwater vehicles, such as the equipment used in the search for flight MH370.
Who gets paid the most?
Lots of research supports the idea that workers with higher educational levels and more experience earn more. But what about personality traits?
If they want to get kids on the pitch, Plaid will have to address inequalities.
Plaid Cymru scores with Inspire Wales programme, but fails to grasp the bigger picture when it comes to sports.
What’s in a name anyway?
Since 1903, pop culture has been struggling to catch up with the fact that there was no such creature as a Brontosaurus. But now it turns out that there was, so thank goodness for that.
Labour can almost count its young Scottish voters on one hand.
New figures show that Labour is considerably further behind the SNP with an age-group that is planning to turn out in force on May 7.
Toilet jaws: the scourge of people and dinosaurs 200m years ago.
University of Edinburgh
Metoposaurus algarvensis, aka toilet jaws, was all over our early ancestors. The thing that got us off the hook? A big hot interception 200m years ago.
Salmond signing books in Glasgow last week.
A memoir by Scotland's most famous politician may surprise one or two of his detractors.