Scientists believe technique could offer treatment for metastatic cancer of lungs and liver after successful tests on mice
The first of two European spacecraft probing for life on the red planet will leave Earth from Kazakhstan on Monday
The exhibition, which ends on Sunday, has sold more than 140,000 tickets in just six months
Last time there was such a sustained increase was at the end of the last Ice Age
Change in farming practice could be more important in lowering crop yields than the weather's direct influence
Investigation reveals struck-off nurses offering to illegally inject Botox at ‘parties’ across West Midlands
Many mutations or ‘knock-outs’ may have no effect on human health, researchers find. Science Editor Steve Connor explains
'If you violate the basic rules of science, you get the wrong answer, and that's what happened here'
Findings could have implications for cancer patients who may get worse if exposed to high levels of stress
Scientists discover that some men, and women, are probably born with an inherited tendency to go grey before their time
Study suggests Latin Maerica can expect rise in number of people suffering from mysterious neurological disorder
They argue such a move would also have a detrimental impact on the funding of science in Britain
Development could have dramatic implications from survival in arid environments to commercial processes
'Demand has outstripped both professional awareness and professional guidance on this practice'
Glyptodonts were about the size and shape of a VW Beetle, often weighing more than a ton
'It paves the way for developing new-generation drugs'