England's much-loved comic writer has been recognised as a classic of 20th-century literature.
Promises made by researchers to participants to elicit the truth may not be worth the paper their written on if the courts can bulldoze though them.
The science of making us watch ... and then spend.
Helen Marten, this year's winner, has revealed a sense of something progressive and pioneering.
When it comes to public services, it's not just a question of demand, but also one of supply.
Standoff over North Dakota pipeline and Chief Sitting Bull's Standing Rock is another broken promise made to Native Americans.
Some people with high blood pressure display normal readings when a doctor or nurse takes it.
The famous story of a group of schoolboys trapped on an island is more than a little reminiscent of the real world right now.
It's about time Europe ditched the diesels – so what are the alternatives?
In history and mythology, Europe always begins somewhere else. That should tell us something about creeping nationalism.
Will the world be safer if Trump meant the things he said on the campaign trail, or if he didn't?
Plus-size models are in vogue – and it's about time, too.
The government says its reforms have supported people from all backgrounds. They have done nothing of the sort.
Nearly 60% of pilots say they know of colleagues who are tired at work.
The Anthropocene most likely started long before the 1950s.
While other industries stride ahead with 3D printing, clothing still has a few hurdles to overcome.
The last 20 years of failure to tackle boardroom excess should prompt a more radical approach.
The historical animosity remains.
The centenary of Natsume Soseki’s death this year is being marked by numerous events, not least his resurrection in robotic form.
Seventeen years ago, the Department of Health berated the NHS for not learning lessons about patient safety. What's changed?
The rings of clam shells have revealed 1,000 year's worth of marine climate history.
In the UK, the length of teacher training has not changed significantly in over 30 years, and yet the demands on teachers have increased massively.
Trump understood that the world is changing.
From spinach that can detect explosives to vegetarian meat, biological technology has the potential to change the world.
Basically, we need to work less.
A mouse study suggests that Parkinson's might start in the gut and later spread to the brain.
Epigenetics may explain why children of mothers who smoke during pregnancy are more likely to use substances later in life.
The fifth generation of tall buildings are here, and they're more efficient than ever before.
It's like the Indian Mutiny all over again (but much less violent).
East Asian pupils continue to outpace their counterparts in Western schools.