We asked a few members of the famously reserved British public.
Norwegian researchers predict that the world could see the number of wars halve by 2050. But the outlook is not rosy for everyone.
American sound artist Bill Fortuna becomes the third artist in residence at Europe’s leading particle physics laboratory.
We already know that human beings and apes have much in common – not least our interest in tablet computers—but a new study by a team of international researchers shows that we are far more alike than we ever thought.
Saudi Arabia has long been the only country in the world that does not allow women to drive. Now, there appears to be a new development in controlling the movements of its female population.
A study published this month predicts that the end is near for wild Arabica coffee thanks to the effects of climate change and deforestation.
An international team of astronomers has published a new study suggesting that nearly all of the stars that will ever exist in our universe have in fact already been born.
The acclaimed British actor isn’t above a little meme-spoofing; he spoke to an empty chair on stage at Wednesday night’s BAFTA awards.
Dixville Notch has now notched up another first: its polling of 10 individuals returned a tie between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney for the first time in history.
In a horrifying and ridiculously ironic tale of abuse and misbehavior, a British company licensed by the RSPCA’s Freedom Food program to work on poultry farms is allegedly guilty of human rights violations. Local police, together …
The United Nations committee on world food security has issued an alarming new report on the impact of global warming: we may have to stop eating potatoes and get used to bananas instead.