The DNA alone is enough to raise questions
The likelihood of people developing diseases including type two diabetes and Crohn's could be affected by genes inherited from Neanderthals
It's a documentary that promises to be fascinating – but you'd be well-advised not to watch it over dinner.
Scientists observed snakes "slithering" through the air to stay aloft
Black rats are also implicated in both outbreaks, which took place 800 years apart
DNA analysis of the man’s tooth has also disclosed that he had the dark-skinned genes of an African
The story of a primary-school teacher, Margaret Skinnider, who was shot and wounded during the Easter 1916 uprising, has rightly caught the eye of Dublin journalists
Wilderness environments bring out the best in people At Burning Man [the annual week-long cultural event , held in Black Rock Desert, Nevada , which Harvey co-founded in 1986], people come prepared for survival in an extreme environment, and as you're all in the same boat, you bond. There was a fellow who came out a few years ago, a wealthy lawyer, who brought all this newly bought high-end survival kit, laying everything out along the floor. Then a wind came and whipped them into oblivion; he had a nervous breakdown. But a giant dust storm brings home everyone's mortality, and you come together: replacement items began to appear. He was overwhelmed by other people's kindness.
A wide variety of DNA mutations which differ from one person to another might play a decisive role in triggering schizophrenia according to two of the largest studies to date into the complex genetics of the mental disorder.
The alleged victim's flatmate also gave evidence, and claimed she was "stressed" and "upset" after the reporter visited Travis' home
If you go down to the woods today you’re sure for a big surprise – especially if you have dogs.
Sleep researchers found that disruption to natural body clock has ‘severe’ impact on finely-tuned DNA
BBC presenter Professor Alice Roberts says regulations must be expanded to include private schools
The trial of DJ David Lee Travis continues in Southwark Crown Court
The sight of thousands of people with previously incurable forms of blindness could be saved thanks to a pioneering new gene therapy that requires just one operation.
A radio announcer has told the court in the trial of DJ Dave Lee Travis that she was in a “panic” after he allegedly grabbed her breasts when she was speaking live on air.