He always said he had no regrets about inventing the AK-47. But in the days before his death he may have had a change of heart
NuSTAR captures dead star and distant black holes
The baby girl's aspirations apparently include walking and becoming a Dr of theoretical physical cosmology
Map uses 'cosmic ripples' created by the formation of the Universe to create a 'standard ruler' to measure distances between 1.2 million galaxies
He was the father of modern computing whose work on the Enigma code at Bletchley Park is said to have shortened the Second World War.
Billy Vunipola was in Tiggerish mood against the Leicester Tigers as Saracens stayed on top of the Premiership with a six-try, 49-10 win at Allianz Park. The all-action England No 8, playing on Sarries’ blind-side flank, spilt a coupled of restarts amid the wind and rain, scooped up an errant opposition put-in at the scrum, scored a third-quarter try and stepped mischievously into every position at rucks and mauls: offside and on.
An alternate game world dubbed the 'cheater's pool' has been created for infringing players, but stats show that cheaters have accumulated trillions in in-game currency
Molecular ions of argon hydride were detected in supernova remnant
The American computer scientist and United States Navy Rear Admiral has been honoured with a Google Doodle on what would have been her 107th birthday.
Darren Barker could be forced to retire after his hip problems resurfaced in defeat to Germany’s Felix Sturm on Saturday night.
New research reveals that an electrical quirk sends a spider's woven silk springing towards its victims. Zander Swinburne unravels the science
Chancellor announces new £11m 'Higgs Centre for Innovation'
It was hoped that the comet would provide a spectacular sight in the sky next month - but the signs indicate that it had been burned up on its journey
Astronomers tracking the “comet of the century” believed it had flown too close to the Sun and had broken up, but hopes have now been reignited that part of it may have survived its close encounter.
Even copper's high electrical conductivity is beginning to hold back computers as scientists push the material to its limits
Scientists record the biggest and brightest cosmic explosion ever witnessed, luckily it was in a far-off galaxy