Unemployment rates among Muslims are more than double that of any other community in the UK
'Countries' reputations take a long time to build but can drop in an instant,' warns the 2016 Most Reputable Countries report
‘We did a few dives. And there it was, the stern section, about maybe half a metre coming up from the sand,’ says an Arctic historian on the expedition
It is thought to be the largest royal tomb of its kind ever discovered
Scientists let rats self-administer as much cocaine as they wanted for five days, then took it away and analysed how the rodents responded
While sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction or trouble climaxing are often more commonly associated with older people, over a third of sexually active people aged 16-21 have experienced it
Scientists have urged caution in interpreting the results, warning women against electing to have their appendix or tonsils removed in an attempt to boost their fertility
Research shows hospital staff take women's pain less seriously, spent less time treating them and are more likely to wrongly diagnose physical pain as 'just emotional'
Bowel cancer patients who consumed more than 0.3g of Omega-3 fatty acids, which are abundant in food such as oily fish, were found to have a 41 per cent less chance of dying from bowel cancer
Pro-Brexit science campaign group insists the British research community is not facing 'Armageddon' as the UK will still have access to European funding
Elite universities insist they will work hard to ensure UK research community continues to play a leading role in Europe
Statins are lipid-lowering tablets taken by many to reduce high cholesterol
Researchers from the University of Oxford say that cuteness may be one of the strongest forces that shape our behaviour – potentially making us more compassionate
Researchers from Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, found the brains of mouse bullies activated a reward synapse when they showed aggression to weaker mice
Just 38 per cent of modern-day teenagers have drunk alcohol, compared to 62 per cent in 1988
'Although other studies have offered evidence that cannabinoids might be neuroprotective against the symptoms of Alzheimer's, we believe our study is the first to demonstrate that cannabinoids affect both inflammation and amyloid beta accumulation in nerve cells'