i In the frame: Eileen Cooper accuses the art world of failing women

Meet Eileen Cooper: she wants to shake up the art world.

Reading a novel may boost brain functionality for days, new research has found

Brain function 'boosted for days after reading a novel'

Reading a gripping novel causes biological changes in the brain which last for days as the mind is transported into the body of the protagonist

One in three people have inherited a genetic variation that impairs their ability to remember faces, according to a study

Never forget a face? Scientists unlock genetics that cause autism sufferers’ memory struggles

People with the gene variant are less able to recognise faces

‘Does someone born with a hearing loss “hear” an inner voice?’

I believe I am well qualified to answer this question. I was born deaf and have been deaf my whole life. I do not wear hearing aids or cochlear implants (and have no desire to wear either). I speak American Sign Language (ASL) and it is my primary language. I am a mother of two born-deaf children, so our being deaf is genetic for us.

Mackay in Davos in 2012; he was seen as visionary, cerebral and measured

Graham Mackay: Businessman who bought ambitiously and transformed a local company into the world's second largest brewers

Graham Mackay was a South African businessman who transformed his local brewing company into SABMiller, the world's second-largest brewery behind the Belgian-Brazilian giants Anheuser-Busch InBev. SAB produces well-known brands such as Grolsch, Peroni Nastro Azzurro, Fosters, Pilsner Urquell and Miller Lite, and has operations in 75 countries with revenues of £21.4bn in 2012. The group produces lager under 200 different labels and is one of the world's largest Coca-Cola bottlers.

Dogs recognise their owners' faces - but prefer looking at other dogs

Dogs may have a similar facial recognition skills to those of humans

The human eye and a nerve cell

British scientists 'print' eye cells in world first

The new development in bio-printing technology could be used in the future to restore lost vision - though years of research still await

A worker spraying plants with pesticides

Pesticides 'could harm brain development of unborn babies'

Scientists call for further limits on human exposure to two chemicals following research on rats

Vitamin pills are a waste of money, offer no health benefits and could be harmful - study

Evidence from the study suggested that 'supplementing the diet of well-nourished adults...has no clear benefit and might even be harmful'

Oscars of Science: Breakthrough Awards hands out $21m to transform physicists into rockstars

The awards go to scientists, not screen idols. But the lucrative Breakthrough Prizes are increasingly being spoken of as rivals to the Oscars

Animal instinct: Marina Chapman was the subject of 'Woman Raised By Monkeys'

Woman Raised By Monkeys, National Geographic: Review - an incredible tale that masked a childhood of unspeakable trauma

In April of this year, Marina Chapman, a sixtysomething grandmother from Bradford, published an autobiography in which she made an astonishing claim. She said she had been kidnapped from her family home in Colombia at the age of five and abandoned in the jungle, where she was taken in and raised by a group of capuchin monkeys. Instead of just smiling and nodding politely, like many of the Breakfast TV interviewers did, National Geographic made Woman Raised By Monkeys, a documentary in which their cameras accompanied Marina on a trip to Colombia and attempted to investigate the veracity of her claims.

Corporal Andrew Garthwaite has become the first person in the UK to receive a 'thought-controlled' prosthetic arm

Page 3 Profile: Corporal Andrew Garthwaite, soldier

Mind over matter.

The brain does less processing when looking at rural landscapes

Human brain hard-wired for rural tranquillity

Study of brain activity shows it struggling to process complex urban landscapes

The disorder makes it difficult for about one in 10 people to read

Revealed: Dyslexia caused by communication problems in brain, scientists discover

The problem lies in one part of the brain not being able to link up with another, researchers find

Lin Ya-ting, a 23-year-old woman from Taiwan displays a rare ability of twisting her tongue into a flower shape

Can you conquer the hardest tongue twister ever created?

Psychologists say their nonsensical phrase left volunteers completely baffled, with very few able to say it 10 times

Lambeth night bus attack: Two men charged over attack on woman that left her unconscious after 'argument over her dress'

Police described the incident as a 'shocking attack... prompted by nothing more than a brief exchange of words'

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