Israeli goods produced in settlements will have to be labelled as such. Israel is calling this a boycott and raising the spectre of European anti-semitism.
Original Crystal Maze presenter Richard O'Brien.
Artificial intelligence programmers are burning the midnight oil to make computers better at processing complex problems. Here's a progress report.
The amazing alternative world of Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Israeli PM's 'big lie' about Hitler and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem was of a piece with Netanyahu's history of making false and misleading claims.
Macbeth: I’m not all bad. Honest.
Studio Canal publicity
Shakespeare cast the Scottish king as the ultimate villain, but you shouldn't believe everything you see on stage or screen
Des diodes électroluminescentes pour de futures connections.
Oublié le wifi et vive le lifi ! Demain, le spectre de la lumière visible pourrait être utilisé pour se connecter à Internet. D’autant que les signaux lumineux sont modulables à souhait.
Did someone say Frosties?
It is one of the most controversial questions in nature. Now a group of British researchers have shed light on the answer.
Internet connectivity via your lightbulb? It's already possible with LED lights that can enlighten as well as lighten.
Now becoming a saint…
The canonization of an 18th century Spanish priest is causing controversy given the suffering of Native Americans in California's missions. But there's a bigger issue at stake here for the church.
Israel's extreme response to Palestinian protests is simply prolonging the cycle of violence.
John Hamilton Mortimer, Death on a Pale Horse, 1775.
We have reached a point where apocalyptic vocabulary litters writing – but the end of the world has always populated paintings, and betrays a lot about contemporary concerns.
Darwin's insights into life on Earth may have revolutionised biology, but scientists sometimes get carried away. It's not the only game in town.
Reported "evidence" that the proposed fuel-free "EmDrive" works (and breaks the known laws of physics) is nothing of the sort.
What secrets will space reveal?
Why the Breakthrough Listen project is a step in the right direction in our hunt for life beyond Earth.
Not much of a weapons system.
EPA/Abed Al Haslhamoun
Israel's official policy treats stone throwing as 'a real mortal threat'. The question is, who to?
BDS protesters on the West Bank in May 2015.
EPA/Abed Al Haslhamoun
Israel's prime minister is using boycott fears to distract attention from his government's increasingly right-wing agenda.
Nicola Sturgeon seems pleased with SNP policies - but do they hold up under scrutiny?
Scottish Government Images/Flickr
Our experts pick apart the SNP's top policies.
Never again? A poison gas attack in World War I.
A century since chlorine gas was used at Ypres, beginning the era of chemical weapons, controlling lethal agents is harder than ever.
Talent injection: Nicola Sturgeon at Heriot-Watt University.
While the SNP's manifesto is rather thin on immigration pledges, it does make a proposal to attract more international students – a group Scotland needs badly.
Could Israel’s second-longest serving PM be staring at defeat?
If Israel's right-wing government hadn't tried to shut Arab parties out of the Knesset, it might be doing better in the election now.
Cruithne’s wacky orbit around the sun.
It's the satellite you probably didn't know that Earth has. If we could land on it, it could be pretty useful