The astronaut documented his time on the International Space Station through photographs
One of the fundamental ways that technology has changed society is by facilitating our surveillance of one another. But there must be a line, beyond which we pay a price for such a high degree of surveillance, such as human rights infringements and excessive invasion of privacy
It has been suggested women are delaying having children as the financial crash has resulted in insecure job prospects, cramped accommodation and mounting student debt for many women throughout their twenties
A major announcement from the UN health body follows a review of 1,000 scientific studies
Every new wave of technology appears strange and a little threatening to those of us who have not quite got used to self-service checkouts
'We found that this disruption of the reward system correlates with the number of problems, such as family issues, individuals have because of their marijuana use. Continued marijuana use despite these problems is an indicator of marijuana dependence'
Mitochondrial replacement therapy means that babies inherit genes from a father and two mothers, by replacing faulty DNA in a woman's egg with healthy DNA of another
Archerfish have been trained to select the right face from a range of different images ‒ by spitting water at them
'It will be the largest study that’s ever tested the impact of weight loss on cancer– any form of cancer. We are very hopeful'
Unusual structures caused by gas leaking through the sea bed over millions of years
The scientists have instead suggested the best way to protect against HIV is to only have sex in a 'heterosexual family' context
'There is no call to make an entire human being,' however
But some parts of the country, particularly in the North East, have held on to their accents
Teaching robots to feel pain could help keep them and their human colleagues safer in the future
Scientists hope using dogs could revolutionise how malaria is detected, enabling doctors to identify it quickly and without invasive tests
'Where people were saying there's no risk, I think this ends that kind of statement'