Molecular fossils and machine learning have enabled scientists to build the first charts of Antarctic ocean temperatures over the past 45 million years.
Altruistic behaviour takes place in a different part of the brain to similar activity to help oneself, new research has found.
The world is “woefully underprepared” for a massive volcanic eruption and likely repercussions on global supply chains, climate and food, according to experts.
Large dinosaur predators, such as Tyrannosaurus rex, evolved different shapes of eye sockets to better deal with high bite forces, new research has shown.
Research investigating water inequality within the context of sustainable development offers new approaches to help policymakers achieve water security for all.
A rise in plant-based athletes in elite sport prompts the question of how vegan diets can support athletes to build muscle mass and achieve success.
The licence is for a new testing method that is just as sensitive as PCR, but faster than a lateral flow test
The journey of a para-athlete frequently demands commitment, resilience and resource that go beyond what might be required of a regular athlete.
The need to understand and prepare for inevitable changes to our global water cycle has never been more urgent, say scientists.
As the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games gets underway, we are already starting to think about the importance of its legacy for young people.
Athletes need to feel confident that they take part in a fair competition with zero dopers. What can be done to maximise the likelihood that this happens?
As sporting stars make their final preparations for the Commonwealth Games, how do they make sure they are in peak condition at the right time?