An ultra-marathon runner and exercise physiologist describes what it's like to take part in an ultra-endurance event, and the consequences it had on his body.
All companies with over 250 employees would be required to have one third of its board comprised of employee representatives.
After stitching more than 100 proposed motions into one, what's left will disappoint some members.
Mechanisms to keep users safe from violent content may pose serious problems for international justice.
Those warning about a machine takeover typically assume AI will develop super intelligence. Here's what the science says.
The UK was part of the EU's collective pledge of emissions cuts ahead of Paris.
Brasília was designed to be a just and inclusive city, but it still failed. Can Egypt's new capital avoid the same mistakes?
Best known these days as the presenter of It'll Be Alright on the Night, Norden was one of a generation of entertainers who got their start in uniform.
The question of the Irish border remains at the centre of Brexit negotiations after an informal summit of EU leaders in Salzburg.
Stepfathers are less likely to kill their children than previous researchers have claimed.
A national investment bank will bring much needed investment and create new technology, infrastructure and services that will lead to a fairer and greener economy.
Anti-doping laboratories have historically worked well, but the anti-doping organisations themselves lack oversight.
NHS Wales staff have been using their expertise and experience to suggest new ways of working.
After two decades of work, the technical challenges of a bendable screen may have been overcome.
Managing day-to-day politics and radically transforming the world is a big task.
The long history of inclusivity within the Labour Party is likely to come under pressure next week.
The Chequers plan might still be the least worst option to secure a Brexit deal.
Increases in gold prices on world commodities markets are linked to fewer surviving girls in India. This is related to gold often being part of bridal dowries.
Are pretty blue and gold stripes more important than being a bold little swimmer?
The prime minister says the public doesn't want another vote. But what if their faith in the first result isn't based on truth?
PTSD is a relatively modern term, but the symptoms are as old as civilisation itself.
Evidence-based medicine is in turmoil after the much respected Cochrane Collaboration booted out one of its co-founders.
It was a rocky beginning for English spelling. Then things got worse.
From black coffee to a hair of the dog – here's the science behind popular hangover remedies.
The UK has become surprisingly willing to brief the press about possible use of cyber attacks, including against Russia in response to the Skripal attack.
Solar roadways have been promoted as a way to fight climate change, put people to work and make driving safer. But on closer inspection the reality is less than impressive.
There is a brighter side to caregiving. It can improve work performance and morale.
A 17-year-long study finds that a Mediterranean-style diet reduces stroke risk in women by more than a fifth.
There's not enough control around antique firearms – and criminals are taking advantage of this.
As omnivores, dogs should be able to adapt well and manage on well prepared commercially available vegetarian diets as long as the essential nutrients they would normally get from meat are present.
From a sarin attack on a city subway to the rebirth of Buddha to protest marches against indecent magazines, Japan's religious movements have covered a lot of ground.
Seems humans aren't the only ones moving into cities in ever greater numbers.
Children growing up in Northern Ireland are far less likely to be in foster or residential care than those in England, Scotland or Wales.
New research shows how smart aircraft can learn to use updrafts of warm air to stay in the sky.
Teaching children to grow their own fruit and vegetables could be key to tackling the obesity crisis.
If you're a parent, there's one less thing to worry about – your child is probably healthy even if they're fussy about what they eat.
Autism doesn't have to be viewed as a disability or disorder.
TV shows that don't provide an accurate portrayal of eating disorders do a disservice to their viewers.
A new study offers an explanation as to how we remember events by forming mental images.
Saving the rhino means tackling demand for its horn.
Holding fixtures abroad may be a money spinner – but it's not fair game.
Was the former Labour leader a paid-up Soviet spy? It's time the security services told us once and for all.
Our study used innovative 3D scanning and engineering-inspired computer simulations to understand the evolution of the penis bone in some mammals.
Low level carbon monoxide poisoning leads to a wide range of nonspecific but significant symptoms – making it very difficult to detect.
The US has meddled in Latin America so much that its influence there is viewed there with deep suspicion.
Here's the evidence the UK will use to design a new managed migration policy after Brexit.