The public are ambivalent about their medical data going to private companies, and missteps could erode vital trust.
If this case succeeds, it could set a precedent to hold major polluters responsible for the effects of climate change – even on the other side of the world.
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.
Our global review of research into the link between financial crises and mental health highlights three key challenges: stigma, stress and social roles
Music therapy has been shown to help people suffering with cancer, chronic pain and depression. Our research is testing which parts of the brain are affected by different kinds of music
Researchers spent months volunteering with Fans Supporting Foodbanks to see how left-behind communities were fighting food poverty.
Investing in people’s future mental health, based on the key socioeconomic factors underlying it, is the only way to address this rising problem.
The international quest for green energy is reliant on ‘sacrificial zones’ in developing countries.
Is the much-heralded Israel-Saudi peace deal now dead? And how is Iran likely to respond? An expert in Middle Eastern politics explains
Amid bus route cuts and rail strikes, can the answer to our future public transport needs be found in the hi-tech prototypes being trialled around the UK?
Newspaper owners used to wield huge political influence – but as Rupert Murdoch steps down for his son Lachlan can the same be said of today’s?
You may feel little sympathy for people in the top bracket of earnings, but don’t let that stop you reading. Like it or not, their views and actions matter to everyone
State-sponsored disappearance plays into the most primal of human fears – to vanish without a trace. The modern era started with Chile’s US-backed coup on September 11 1973
Self-study has a rich history in science that dates back hundreds of years.
Business bosses appear reluctant to take part in open debate about their firms’ contribution to growing regional inequalities.
Wars are no longer fought in the trenches, they’re fought in the streets and civilians are on the frontline.
What will ransomware attackers focus on next?
More than half our interviewees described feelings of profound anguish as long COVID forced them to doubt their identity and question their life purpose
The harsher verdicts imposed on two child mothers shows why the UK’s law of infanticide remains so important, more than a century after it was introduced
This later generation of ‘conchies’ often felt torn between their duties to society and their beliefs amid a much more obvious battle between good and evil.