A new threat to secure online communication could be a symptom of a wider cyber security problem.
School children in Kathmandu before the earthquake.
Almost 24,000 classrooms were damaged or destroyed in Nepal's April earthquake.
Claims that a cybersecurity expert hacked an aeroplane's cockpit might not be as unbelievable as they first seem.
No Cable extension.
The dismal science has had a dismal verdict from the UK electorate, and the new government isn't coming to the rescue either.
Prayers at school in Kashmir. Education quality around the world is now under the spotlight.
Discussions at the World Education Forum in South Korea will shape the future of millions of young people.
Rombertik takes the nuclear option rather than be found.
National Nuclear Security Administration
Rombertik malware will happily take the nuclear option on your hard drive.
Back in charge.
Freed of the Liberal Democrats' influence, here are some of the things the Conservative government has in store for us.
Calling the shots? Markets take stock.
Markets were always likely to prefer a Conservative majority to any other result, but they might need some policies diluted for the gains to be sustained.
Schools have sat on the sidelines watching a game of political football.
Football match via matimix/www.shutterstock.com
The next government will inherit an education system that is creaking under the strain of largely inept political meddling.
Polling is a central part of any election these days. If only it weren't such a complicated business.
Did you feel that?
Cloud computing has the potential to predict earthquakes based on animal behaviour.
Does this book still exist after Manchester’s clearout?
We've lost a lot of libraries and a lot of books since 2010. The UK can't face any more cuts.
Which football team do I support again?
Ordinary bloke or posh twit? Meet the ancient Greek David Cameron.
Come in MESSENGER, your time is up.
NASA/JHU APL/Carnegie Institution of Washington
After ten years in space NASA probe will get up close and personal with Mercury a final time.
The galaxies NGC 4038 and NGC 4039, locked in a destructive embrace.
After a slow start, Hubble's ultraviolet vision changed the face of astronomy.
Eruption of the Calbuco volcano, seen from Puerto Montt.
Two big eruptions have caused pyroclastic flows and high-altitude ash clouds over South America.
So, was this your first choice of primary school?
Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire
Working out how to solve the school place shortage will be a key priority for any new government.
Hackers in seat 61? Not what passengers want to see in-flight.
If passengers are to be offered in-flight Wi-Fi, then airlines should add another black box to record what's happening on their networks.
Try to look past the apostrophe…
The election campaign has so far skirted round the genuine dangers which face whoever is in Downing Street next month.
Cratered surface of Ceres in colour.
Approaching Ceres, the Dawn spacecraft reveals the dwarf planet in colour for the first time.