After 20 years of research, scientists can now accurately pinpoint areas of fatty plaque build-up in and around the heart
US singer claims people in the UK do not 'get' his controversial song
Around 20 UK institutions have now banned the track for its sexist lyrics
Peter Higgs reveals he first heard he won the prestigious award when he was on his way home from lunch, and had not checked his messages
Tests have established a direct link between the Duke of Cambridge and a woman believed to have been at least half Indian
Researchers have discovered a new gene they say helps to explain how human evolution diverged from the last common ancestor we shared with chimpanzees.
Going to a site-specific show can be an oddly infantilising experience - standing around in embarrassed silence until someone tells you what to do, meekly following the herd from scene to scene, never quite knowing your role or when you’re going to be picked on.
A young student has just struck literary gold, discovering four previously unknown stories written more than a century ago by Katherine Mansfield.
For ordinary Greeks, the effects of austerity are becoming intolerable
'I wanted to join the circus'
The infamous "parcel o' rogues" immortalised in verse by Robert Burns were the members of the then independent Scottish Parliament who were seen to sell their nation's sovereignty for financial reward. That of course was in the early 18th century, long before any concept of true democracy or a popular mandate emanating from a free and fair election.
The surprisingly enervating film of David Nicholls' hit novel may win you over in the end, but it would have been better as a four-hour TV mini-series
A stunning teaser can make a mediocre film look like a classic, but what are the vital ingredients when making one? David Crookes finds out why a pop song can be just as key as a classy voiceover
Fevered speculation about the discovery of the so-called "God particle" by physicists at Europe's underground atom-smasher experiment is premature, according to the director general of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (Cern) near Geneva.
You wait millions of years for a God particle to come along, and then two clusters turn up at once.
Noreen Murray was recognised internationally as being one of Britain's most distinguished and highly respected molecular geneticists.