White doctors are three times more likely to be picked for senior hospital jobs than doctors from ethnic minorities, an investigation has found.
As the fourth instalment in the multi-million pound Jurassic Park series is announced, scientists have revealed that the theory behind the film that kept so many audiences captivated would not be successful in reality.
More commitment to monogamy than a generation ago – but one-night stands are OK
British police forces are using ‘unregulated’ and ‘out-of-date’ databases of suspected gang members to decide who to stop and search, according to new research.
Co-creator Sam Bain says he would like to make a film of the hit sitcom
Former Tomorrow's World presenter Maggie Philbin is to return as a TV science host after being added to the team on BBC1 series Bang Goes The Theory.
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Designers and retailers have called on government to help promote clothing manufacturing in Britain.
A Clockwork Orange author Anthony Burgess will be publicly honoured for the first time in the UK when a blue plaque is unveiled tomorrow at the university where he studied.
Tributes to designer of legendary British telescope and 'inventor' of modern astronomy
It was the real austerity Olympics. Whilst the rest of the world's top athletes were asked to bring their own towels and handed out Horlicks tablets by the authorities in London 1948, the spirit of the Games was being enacted in even more Spartan surroundings than the bombed out British capital.
Access to Britain's published scientific research should be open and free of charge to all, an influential academic panel recommends to the Government today.
Did the nuclear age begin in 1942, when Chicago Pile-1, a reactor built in a squash court, went "critical" by achieving self-sustaining chain reaction?
His performance as a waspish Sherlock Holmes has been hailed as seminal. Next he's appearing as Frankenstein at the National Theatre. Is he ready for the horrors of superstardom?
BBC football host Gary Lineker attacked an elite British private school today for failing to get his son into university.
Alan Gilbert was a distinguished historian, transformational leader and effective defender of the value and importance of universities. He died less than a month after he retired as the inaugural President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester, Britain's biggest university.