There’s a battle over consciousness research – and whether it can be understood purely through science.
The long-awaited legislation still has serious gaps.
UK is home to a diverse range of jellyfish species – encounters with them may become more frequent as the ocean warms.
The government wants offshore wind to form the backbone of the UK’s future electricity system – but a key auction has delivered no new projects.
The online safety bill contains measures that appear to compel messaging services to break encryption.
What would you do with 2,000 farmed rhinos? An African charity wants them to help their wild cousins.
Universities face growing costs but no prospect of increased funding.
From her early designs that brought flowing silouhettes into fashion to her iconic evening wear, this is a must-see exhibition for any fan of fashion.
Online reading communities have been around for a while but none of them have captured the attention of readers, publishers and retailers quite like BookTok.
The stylish Oscar Wilde animation has a distinguished cast, including Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie.
There’s less sex but more exploration as the Moordale crew embark on new adventures in the show’s last season.
Recent opinion polls show American are very gloomy on both the economy and Biden.
Will you be happy to pay different prices at different times?
The future of the traditional holiday getaway looks bleak.
Two successful operations in and around Crimea demonstrate that, while Ukraine’s ground counteroffensive is moving slowly, Kyiv is expanding the scope of its ambition.
Invasive Asian hornets are a top predator of bees in the UK – and sightings are starting to soar.
Germany has refused to extradite a man to the UK due to the state of its prisons.
The Troubles ‘legacy and reconciliation’ bill will do little to promote reconciliation in Northern Ireland.
The deal will bring relief to UK scientists after Brexit led to uncertainty over funding and collaborative projects.
One village recorded 1.5 year’s rain in 18 hours.