Every time you abuse the y-axis, a psephologist dies.
Researchers kept an extremely premature lamb alive in an artificial womb, but it’s a long way from being useful for human foetuses.
The two companies have removed “Aerobic Oxygen” and “Aerobic O7” health supplements, which both contained a bleach-like chemical, from sale.
An exoplanet discovered around a red dwarf star 40 light years away could show signs of life that are detectable with telescopes, scientists say.
Andrew Haigh, appointed UKIP’s national organiser for Wales in 2015, has a website selling “Aerobic Oxygen” for consumption – but tests reveal it to be a powerful chemical similar to oven cleaner.
The Marmite study currently making headlines wasn’t about dementia, didn’t mention dementia, and looked only at 28 people in their early twenties.
Doctors behind the research say that they expect to start seeing a drop in cervical cancers as soon as next year.
It was about 450,000 years ago and involved a vast flood separating Kent from northern France.
A new model says most cancers are caused by neither genes nor lifestyle but just random mutations in normal cell division. But other researchers are sceptical about how important the study is.
Data suggests that skilled workers may have left as “the [Leave] vote has already had an effect”.
A major analysis of bias in science has found that small studies, early studies, and highly cited studies consistently overstate the effects they find.
Researchers at Newcastle University have been given the green light to help women with mitochondrial disease have healthy babies.
Anti-vaccination groups and people purporting to be able to treat autism with homeopathy have held events at Regent’s University.
In the wake of a legal challenge regarding charities promoting pseudoscientific beliefs, the Charity Commission is reviewing its approach to alternative medicine.
The remains of 4-billion-year-old bacteria found in rocks in northern Canada could tell us about the origin of life on Earth – and perhaps on Mars.
We’re living a lot longer, and a new study says that’s going to carry on.
Is Malmö the “rape capital of Europe”, as Farage claims? TL;DR: no.
Making renting less of a nightmare and making housebuilding actually profitable would be a good start, apparently.
Books claiming to be able to “cure” autism, as well as cancer and HIV, with unscientific treatments that have been linked to several deaths are available on the booksellers’ websites.