Twenty questions, 10 seconds for each. What score will you get?
NSFW if you are an echidna.
The Rosetta mission might be over, but scientists are still learning new things about comet 67P.
Do you prefer your own company or the company of other people?
It turns out you can get pregnant from a blow job…but only in a very, very specific set of circumstances.
Scientists have analysed plaque on Neanderthal teeth and worked out what some of them actually ate. Could you stomach it?
How much do you remember from school?
Based on real A-level Geology exam questions, but mostly multiple choice so you have no excuse.
But before you get excited: We’re still a long way from using the technology for entire organs, let alone whole people.
Featuring seven new Earth-like planets, bees that can use tools, and a 400-million-year-old metre-long worm you probably wouldn’t want to come across on the seafloor.
This quiz doesn’t contain any essay questions, so you really have no excuse. All of these questions are based on real A-level psychology exam questions.
Bruno Pollet says he will have to leave Britain: “It’s not fair on my wife. … Why do we have to move away from the UK for us as a family to have the right to live somewhere?”
“Negotiation is not a competition where one party has to lose in order for the other to win.”
How much do you really know about the 118 identified chemical elements?
Warning: This is pretty tough. Based on real AQA past exam papers.
An app called Natural Cycles has become the first to be classified as a medical device for use as contraception. But sexual health organisations have called for more independent research into how effective fertility apps are.
I need an emotional support duck tbh.
“My older sister thought you put a tampon between your labia like a hot dog in a bun.”
Less than a month into 2017, three London roads have already breached one annual air pollution limit.