No matter your age, if you’re being bullied − there’s help out there.
When we invest money, time or another resource we can’t get back, factoring that sunk cost into our future decisions can be a trap.
UAE will preside over talks to limit climate change – despite revelations it plans oil deals.
Tesla’s long-delayed entry to the pick-up trucks market starts shipping on November 30.
Fifteen patients receiving an experimental stem cell therapy to treat advanced MS didn’t have the expected deteroriation in their condition.
The proposed reforms could have unintended negative consequences on leasehold prices and household wealth.
Extremists are not ‘capturing’ our systems – they are part of them.
The novel imagines how a society can be gripped by a slow-building authoritarian regime yet continue its mundane daily rituals.
Our new research shows the risks of reporting sexual harassment in the military.
About half of new mouth cancer diagnoses in the UK are detected late.
Single parents need support, not stigma.
The British Museum appears close to a decision on returning the Elgin marbles – here’s how it might navigate the legal challenges.
Bernice Rubens won the 1970 Booker prize for her novel, The Elected Member, and is the only Welsh person to have ever won the prize.
Irish writers have benefited from structural factors in recent years. However, ask them in person and Irish writers are more likely to highlight impediments to producing work.
Researchers fed an advanced AI algorithm with satellite photographs to see if it could identify areas of poverty and it interpreted the data through abstract images.
The demands on the company are extremely high.
The Victorians were driven to care for their clothes for reasons of thrift, economy and to prevent waste.
My team studied bluefin tuna otoliths to learn why some populations are recovering faster than others.
Nintendo doesn’t have the best track record of turning their games into successful screen iterations.
Camera rolls reveal how photography is transforming in the smartphone era.