‘Receiving you loud and clear.’
Our heads are like radio receivers, and they can tune in to various different channels.
A new game designed to aid dementia research shows how understanding architecture is vital to gameplay.
There are advantages, too.
Fall in love, have a baby, watch your happiness and satisfaction plummet. Psychology researchers know the transition to parenthood can be rough on relationships.
How to view Mercury's rare move across the face of the sun.
Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are helping change the top-down nature of organised Christianity.
Without European laws and courts to strike down overreaching UK legislation, post-Brexit Britons may see more invasions of their privacy.
Scientists have found a way to encrypt messages using common chemicals such as cola and mouthwash.
Why it's so difficult to detect allergens in food – and what to do about it.
We need personalised treatments rather than blanket medical diagnoses to help those suffering from delusions.
If you thought babies' babbling was just nonsense, it's time to think again.
Farmed fish have a high rate of a deformity that hampers their hearing, and this can be a problem if they're released into the wild.
We don’t need to look for Earth-like planets exclusively around Sun-like stars. Tiny, dim TRAPPIST-1 has only 11 percent the diameter of the sun and is much redder.
Why do some people age better than others? It is partly down to their genes.
It's not the bell that needs attention, it's the Elizabeth Tower that houses it and the Great Clock that makes it chime.
Here's how they could revolutionise science.
How a microbe from the ice age could wreck your life – and how to protect yourself.
Social media has fuelled a trend for foreign dogs being rehomed in the UK, hampering domestic rescue efforts and increasing disease risks.
Why weightlessness in space is about balancing forces rather than a lack of gravity.
From inflatable space stations to trips to asteroids and maybe even Mars, the next decade of human spaceflight will include many exciting firsts.
We are only starting to understand the impact of space travel on women's health. But a new study has just made it easier for astronauts to decide whether they want to stop their periods.
The cryptocurrency will soon undergo a major change – and no one knows what will happen next.
Chernobyl's liquidators have come up with some intriguing ways of dealing with what they've gone through – without directly confronting painful memories.
Estimating health impacts after a nuclear accident is more complicated than you might think.
Engineers have devised an innovative way to dismantle Chernobyl's reactor while preventing further radiation escaping.
How long will it be before we can open doors and send emails with just our minds?
Research suggests that bilinguals have less insight into the way they perform tasks than people who only speak one language.