The Hubble Space Telescope has obtained evidence of Jupiter’s moon Europa erupting plumes of water vapour according to NASA reports. Hubble first caught a glimpse of the jets in December 2012, but now more plumes have been revealed using a different technique.
HG Wells is often celebrated for his scientific prophecies, but what many don’t realize is how hard the prolific writer fought for his social predictions – many of which turned out to be accurate – to be acknowledged
Northumbria University is seeking volunteers to test the effects of consuming resveratrol, which is found in red grapes' skin
Children as young as four months may benefit from eating foods with high rates of allergy
Attempts to stop the spread of the sexually transmitted disease have failed
She received the life-changing surgery after being mauled by her pet Labrador in 2005
The World Health Organisation has declared Zika to be a global health emergency
Attitudes towards the drug are relaxing, with fewer people perceiving it to be harmful
'He is a very intelligent, bright man, sharper than many people a quarter of his age. I think it is very demeaning and disempowering'
Brexit threatens state funding of scientific research, which means we need greater caution about commercial interests
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Nine out of 10 women suffer from PMS symptoms, while only 19 per cent of men experience erectile dysfunction
Finnish economic success in the 1990s shows 'how an economy can turn itself round with a science-led industrial strategy', Labour leader says
‘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
A new study which tracked four bees over the course of their lives found a surprising discrepancy in their attitude to foraging for food for the hive
The rare felines live in the desert, hunt rodents and can survive in very high temperatures