Unlocking the genetic code of certain grasses could help allergy sufferers.
Students used to take drugs to get high, now they are using them to get better grades.
Teeming with references to African culture and experience, the couple's latest work places 'blackness'at the heart of the Western canon.
Our research on the oil cartel shows, that it really matters whether OPEC members 'failed to agree' or 'agreed to disagree'.
Being bilingual is not just about learning two languages, it's about absorbing meaning, negotiating and being flexible when it comes to language.
Bangalore's forgotten water wells are being revived, to help the city overcome centuries-old supply issues.
NHS England has been given a 'birthday gift' – a gift that's hard to get excited about.
Sporting success depends on strong squad bonds.
While not exactly surprising coming from the Trump administration, backing out of a major UN body is bound to have serious consequences.
New analysis from the Migration Observatory suggests skilled visa could still be refused in the future despite recent moves to exempt doctors and nurses from the cap.
First Minister Carwyn Jones is due to face intense scrutiny as an investigation into the dismissal of former AM Carl Sargeant begins.
Up to half of insect sex can involve two males but our study suggests it's probably less design and more a case of mistaken identity.
Sweden's deep relationship with digital technology helps explain why its biohacking scene is so unique.
Ken Starkey defends the importance of business schools, while Martin Parker says 'bring in the bulldozers'.
Female suicide rate in Northern Ireland is high, and ambivalence about legalising abortion is likely to make matters worse.
Footballers came under attack from a swarm of flies on the Volgograd pitch. But there's more to midges and gnats than meets the eye.
Disruptive technology is fundamentally reshaping global security, and potentially laying the ground for a US-China conflict.
Sleep paralysis and exploding head syndrome can help explain things that go bump in the night.
The Home Office has announced a review of the law around medical cannabis in Britain – so what does the law say?
US firm HeatGenie is hoping to revive a technology that has surprising origins in World War II and beyond.
Heart-rate monitors can be accurate – as long as you don't move.
The number of UK babies being born to surrogate mothers has risen by 255% in the past six years.
There are plans to build the world's first 3D printed house – but the potential for construction could be far greater.
Viewers are taking to Twitter to display their prejudice about Islanders' accents.
A snap poll intended to boost the Turkish president's power has stirred up online opposition to his increasing authoritarianism.