Activision’s big titles have led the way in getting us used to virtual worlds. Making them VR will be a gamechanger.
Monitoring volcanoes is a bit trickier when they’re deep under the ocean’s surface.
New recommendations on how to fix the issue of COVID misinformation don’t go far enough.
Can modern society afford billionaires?
We worked with the ex-mining town’s council to identify four next steps.
Could bringing back words with positive meanings make us happier?
Plan to cut emissions quickly, use offsets sparingly and set broader goals for improving society.
The study found 30% of adults born between 1965-1970 were short-sightedness.
Amazon founder is funding a biotechnology startup that is looking to reverse ageing.
Many people are talking about this coming virtual world, but many others would rather stay where they are.
With pubs closed during lockdown, many British people opted to drink more at home.
Women were not really present during the signing of the Four Powers Agreement but they were at home in parliament. Film often demand sexy more sympathetic female characters
A new report uncovers how temperature-related deaths and hospital admissions have changed since 2001.
UK supermarket chain Morrisons recently announced it will use ‘best before’ instead of ‘use by’ dates on its milks. This change makes sense for the environment, and from a food safety perspective too.
Darwin thought female animals were non-strategic and uniform, making similar decisions.
First uttered by Oliver Cromwell, the words David Davis used to ask Boris Johnson to step down have a storied past.
Industry insiders say winter tourism has been battered by the pandemic.
The production and release of synthetic chemicals worldwide is destabilising the Earth system.
The seemingly never-ending crisis has taken a severe toll on Ukraine’s economy with severe consequences for the country’s people.
It’s often said that the aurora, or the northern lights, is caused by ‘particles from the Sun’. But in reality things are more complicated.
Latest numbers show antimicrobial resistant infections contributed to 4.95 millions deaths globally in 2019.
Working from home resulted in a rebalancing of housework and childcare responsibilities – but not all couples were affected evenly.
During pilgrimage walks, people often observe and appreciate simple things more keenly, feel the spiritual connection with their surroundings and gain new, enriching life perspectives.
The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup ushered in a new age for media coverage of women’s sport. A new survey of fans shows that while many men feel threatened, a growing number are on board.
What could the British public lose when the BBC licence is pulled?