Researchers in the UK are trying to work out which emergency workers are most at risk from PTSD before they even develop it.
Gravitational waves, goodbye to Cassini, and a hidden underwater octopus city.
There's good news if you're into weird things happening on moons. Bad news if you were a big fan of the Larsen C ice shelf.
Trust us, one day these are going to come in handy.
"Are tectonic plates dishwasher safe?" "Idk but they're perfect for a continental breakfast."
Do you know A Brief History of Time from A Short History of Nearly Everything?
Have you ever considered quitting a job just because it requires you to get up way too early?
The City With Some Of The Most Polluted Streets In The Country Can't Bid For The Government's New Clean Air Fund
Despite having some of the most polluted streets in the country, London won't get any of the £220 million put aside to help local authorities improve air quality.
This Study Links Air Pollution To Abnormal Sperm Shape – But That Doesn’t Mean It's Making You Infertile
The study adds to the evidence on how air pollution can negatively impact health.
From how to recognise depression to what to do in a power cut.
A Rare Genetic Skin Disease Almost Killed This 7-Year-Old. Then Scientists Reconstructed 80% Of His Skin
The treatment is far from becoming mainstream, but scientists say it's a major step forward in using stem cells to treat disease.
A study published today tests 63 people's anatomical knowledge. How do you compare?
The void was discovered using particles that are made in Earth's atmosphere by cosmic rays.
What one thing would have helped make the transition to adulthood a bit easier?
Have you been paying attention to what's happened in science this month?
Psychologists have found a link between investing a lot of time and energy into posting selfies and having a negative view of your own body. But it's not all bad news for selfies and social media – they can be a source of empowerment, too.
Because if you don't laugh you will just cry.