Experiment produces thousands of entangled atoms, raising hopes that we can soon create real quantum computers.
Raising U-3523 wouldn't be worth the incredible cost.
The world needs more affordable housing with a lower environmental impact. The stabilised supermud brick could be the answer.
How to move beyond the warm words about tackling urban heat islands to doing something about them.
Developments in technology mean that we can use automation to reduce accidents on oil rigs.
Fed by colonialism, civil war and online hate speech, Buddhist extremism in Sri Lanka has been on the march for decades.
The controversial German film-maker was celebrated for her groundbreaking work, but the fact remains she was a prominent Nazi propagandist.
The women who called for an inquiry into the actions of undercover police have since walked out of proceedings they see as unjust.
Video may not kill the radio star, but podcasting and the lack of a single digital standard might.
Paradoxically, people who know the real causes of cancer are also the most likely to believe in mythical causes of it.
The film of Cave's first tour since the death of his son is powerful and evocative.
According to a study by Parity, more than 40% of domestic violence victims are male.
New director-general Helen McGrady is looking to cities for a 'radical' future at the National Trust.
Apartments are cheaper to heat, have better views and use land more efficiently.
How we discovered ancient footprints of early human hunters and their megafauna prey.
Statistics are political – so we should question the recent drop in government estimates of British citizens living in the EU.
British colonial rule of Iraq led to some intriguing language swaps.
Detailed images of the anti-ageing enzyme telomerase are a drug designer's dream
An immigration law expert on what it's like to navigate the UK's hostile environment.
The UK's black Caribbean community is traditionally more inclined towards Labour. They're even less likely to switch now.
Detailed information about stars in our galaxy could help us discover new exoplanets.
New research among well-off Roma families in Romania shows how widespread prejudice against them is.
Was the suspect in Toronto's van attack inspired by a misogynist mass killer in the United States?
It's 65 years since the structure of DNA was first published, but the woman who made that possible remains unknown to many people.
With obesity affecting so many students, it's better to give them cheap, appealing food and drink choices at school.
By focusing on one nerve, researchers have found a way to vastly improve chronic patients' health and wellbeing.
After his death at the age of 82, a look at the deeply affecting impressionistic films of Studio Ghibli's unsung co-founder .
All the proofs in the world won't change a convinced flat earther's mind.
India's Food Safety and Standards Authority needs to get a grip of unproven claims about the health benefits of certain products.
It's nearly impossible to kill, so we need to start working with Japanese knotweed to control it.
A recent intervention by the US, the UK and France is only part of a far broader – and deadlier – campaign.
Contrary to popular perception, women don't freeze their eggs for career reasons.
An attack on a voter registration killed at least 57 people, and left scores more deciding where to go now.
A pilot requiring some voters to show ID in May's local elections could be the next blow for the Windrush generation.
We looked at ten countries in East Africa and found poverty and politics were much more important drivers of conflict and displacement than climate change.
The Toronto cop who apprehended the van attack suspect is being lauded internationally for refraining from using deadly force as he apprehended him. Here's how everything went right for the constable.
There's plenty of evidence that modern swill-feeding would be safe, sustainable, and popular.
The Home Office threw away landing documents that are now vital to people trying to prove their right to stay in the UK.
At Starbucks, where the staff turnover is lower than most, anti-bias training might make a small difference. Maybe.
Interactive cinema and the arts are at the forefront of research into brain-computer interaction.