Three quarters of children aged six months to three years use a touchscreen device every day
'It is of critical importance that we provide necessary safeguards in regards to the use of technology'
As with most new technologies, it raises security and privacy issues
Computer-generated music is a controversial topic for musicians living in a digital world
Research on rodents has provided many of the epilepsy treatments that are used today, but these don’t work for everyone
Squeamish reactions put us off trying green products (insect flour, anyone?), but psychology might have the solution
‘We have to have a situation where we can have our security services get into the terrorists’ communications. That’s absolutely the case’
Smoking, drinking and drug use among teenagers have more than halved over 10 years
Augmented reality and holographic projections could hold benefits for victims testifying against sexual assault
Last month, the parliament’s legal affairs committee voted to to begin drafting a set of regulations to govern the development and use of artificial intelligence and robotics. It sounds bizarre but could we see a future where AI could get married and do other things that people can?
Brainsize may not be a factor to measure intelligence after all
Nostalgic Nokia 3310 argued to have more benefits than today’s smartphone to be relaunched
More than a third of teachers say they would wear a camera in the classroom, but others argue they would feel 'spied upon'
The more you swear, the more fluent vocabulary you may have
Thomas Browne is now better known for his literary work but in his own time was legendary as the greatest – and first – scientific populariser
Forget about weather, geomagnetic reversals now have the potential to be predicted