A pilot requiring some voters to show ID in May's local elections could be the next blow for the Windrush generation.
It's 65 years since the structure of DNA was first published, but the woman who made that possible remains unknown to many people.
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.
An attack on a voter registration killed at least 57 people, and left scores more deciding where to go now.
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.
Cities are adapting to the needs of driverless cars. Here's how.
Being more caring could lead to more female doctors burning out.
Personalisation has made decisions easier and quicker – but it is still large corporations, rather than individual users, who benefit most.
A California judge ruled coffee should carry a cancer warning label but the evidence says something very different.
The government's Snoopers' Charter didn't permit blanket indiscriminate data retention, the Court of Appeal recently ruled. I strongly disagree.
When it comes to neuroscience, there's no such thing as an 'average' teenager.
The UK media failed to challenge the government narrative of austerity despite its failure to revive the economy.
A new study in rats adds to the evidence that artificial sweeteners may be bad for your health.
Research shows that it's all about choice, not exclusivity, when it comes to finding a perfect match.
Millennials can't count on MPs to act in their interest – unless more of them take to the ballot box.
As the UK and US retreat from the global scene, Germany is ready to step up to preserve the liberal international order and is seeking a seat on the UN Security Council.
Europe loses as many trees to storms each year as Poland produces in timber. Until now, the models for predicting which trees are at risk have not been good enough.
Indigenous communities lived in the Amazon for thousands of years without chopping down their forests.
Elections are easy to rig, and they give authoritarian leaders a veneer of legitimacy they badly need.
AI seems able to answer questions at the heart of humanitarianism – questions such as who we should save, and how to be effective at scale.
Why use bullets when you have crayons?
Sweden's smart road allows electric cars to charge in motion. But alternative technologies might be a better option.
The after effects of brain injury can turn lives upside down.
They're silly, but the singer's statement pants are an important comment on female storytelling.