Bad news for England: only extra penalty shoot-outs plus a new points system will discourage collusion in future football World Cups, says Ignacio Palacios-Huerta
The psychological and physical effects of serious trauma are likely to impact the children being separated from their families at the US border for years
A detailed molecular analysis of hundreds of post-mortem brains supports the controversial theory that viruses contribute to Alzheimer’s disease
Bogong moths are the first insects found to use Earth’s magnetic field to navigate long distances, during their epic migrations across Australia
Conservation charity Sea Life Trust has spent six years developing a plan to bring the 12 year-old belugas, nicknamed “Little White” and “Little Grey”, from captivity in China to an open water refuge
Mars colonists could build their habitats and clothes from “living” self-healing materials and make them air-tight with rubber grown by E. coli
From Fortnite to gaming addiction, anything to do with children and the digital world seems to provoke unnecessary scare stories
A new NASA program aims to turn the gaze of small, traditionally Earth-monitoring satellites outward toward the cosmos.
A coating doubles the ripeness window of avocados. How? By supercharging the defenses that evolution crafted on its own.
Remaining anonymous online is an increasingly difficult task. Just four geotagged posts is enough to identify trolls from a phone company’s database