At Kīlauea in Hawai'i, a recent volcanic eruption has created some of the most spectacular sights in nature. But also danger for those around it.
Two air pollution experts analyse the government's plan.
Many autistic women may be missing out on a diagnosis, new study reveals.
Aphids often appear in swarms around May and June but what risk do they pose to plants?
Roman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea Football Club, is facing a delay renewing his British visa.
What is Ireland voting on and why?
For a full picture of any given situation, we must be able to read it, understand it and anticipate what could happen next.
A lawyer reports from Ireland days ahead of this vital vote.
Even using public transport is better for your health than travelling by car.
The last thing the Middle East needs is another open conflict between two massive military powers. Fortunately, they both seem to agree.
Men want to have a say in conversations about contraception – but they're worried about imposing on women's autonomy.
Is telling pregnant women to simply abstain really the best advice?
How 4,000-year-old papyrus letters prompted the queen of crime fiction to write Death Comes as the End.
The almost total ban on abortion in Ireland does not work to protect women's health.
Terrorist attacks are increasingly unpredictable. Manchester provides a key lesson in identifying how the gap between hypothetical plans and the reality of incidents is widening.
The dynamic between the master and the slave dominates accounts of AI at the moment.
Richer countries import products but not the emissions used to make them.
How social media is beginning to shape the way the public commemorates tragedies like the Manchester attack.
How funny women are turning to ‘femoir’ to promote female empowerment.
The data you create when using the internet can actually be used to discriminate against you.
Britons living in France are obsessed with how well integrated they are.
Amazon, Google and Apple's attempts to understand the tone of human voices can reflect human biases.
Survey shows Zimbabwean policy makers need not fear a public backlash if they choose to abolition of the death penalty.
London is a global financial centre that relies on money coming in from overseas. When the EU goes, what is left?
Even if survival rates for very premature infants have improved, it’s dubious that there is a moral reason to lower the abortion limit.
Conspiracy theorists have an à la carte attitude to data and trust, so what can scientists do about it?
Encouraging other languages in the classroom won't lead to 'anarchy'.
School climate and culture are just as important, if not more, than security measures when it comes to preventing school violence, a scholar argues.
Series two of the award-winning show has now moved beyond the original novel.
Ebola has spread to a large city in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Perhaps the expert handling of the Fukushima nuclear leak could provide a template for what to do next.
Facebook has released the first batch of data about how many abusive or violent posts it has removed.
Small charities aren't like small companies, and the way they operate may pose greater risks under GDPR than for others.
Synaesthesia – a rare experience where the senses merge – comes in many different forms.
Seagrass meadows play a significant role in supporting world fishery productivity.
What your career history means for your retirement future.
A decades-long policy of ambiguity means that Israel's chemical arsenal remains the subject of speculation.
Studies in psychology cannot be replicated in the same way as in other fields. But technology could change that.
British space firms would get a shot in the arm from building a new GPS-style system if the UK is shut out of the EU's programme.
As reports of crimes against humanity mount, Colombia's post-conflict justice system is still moving desperately slowly.