Britain’s economic system is built on inequality. Few governments have attempted to rectify this.
Indecent exposure happens digitally, too.
Many centenarians haven’t lived healthy lives, so are they genetically different?
New research shows that literary relatives tend to share a similar writing style.
How the pandemic is reported by the media can influence people’s behaviour.
An asteroid that landed in Russia in 2013 injured 1,500 people – and was just 20 metres in diameter. What could we do if a major threat was detected?
Breaking out of the boardroom brings in fresh ideas.
Babylonians were quite formal in their written records, so working out how to be chatty in their long-dead language was an exciting challenge.
We analysed mobility data provided by almost one million people in England between January 2020 and May 2021, seeking to understand trends in residential visits during the pandemic.
Three decades after the Chilean people toppled the notorious Pinochet regime, a new standard bearer for the far right is leading the polls.
The case for introducing a limit on how much people pay for their own care is clear. Figuring out how to calculate that cap, though, is complicated.
Beyond just his music, Freddie Mercury’s performances, style, and fluidity influenced both his generation and those that followed.
We have to look back to the Big Bang to find out.
Lo, a California sea lion, was able to control what she perceives using her whiskers — a highly cognitive skill.
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Many vulnerable people are unable to engage with their energy usage online, leading to higher bills and even debt and illness.
Many drivers still use mobile phones despite the fact that it’s illegal.
What happens when a Chinese #MeToo moment meets authoritarian legality?
People who were more active had lower levels of inflammation in their brain.
New research shows that universities could offset carbon by changing some of their land to woodlands and meadows.