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In recent months, we've all been bombarded with numbers. It's vital that we learn how to interpret them.
Sector calls for compromise to ensure UK researchers stay in Horizon Europe.
Links between an anti-lockdown declaration and a libertarian thinktank suggest a hidden agenda, say scientists Trish Greenhalgh, Martin McKee and Michelle Kelly-Irving
Restoring degraded natural lands highly effective for carbon storage and avoiding species extinctions.
Scientists identify a species that appears to absorb potentially lethal UV radiation and emit blue light.
Study instead suggests people are initially attracted to those with similar features to themselves.
Bar-tailed godwit flies more than 12,000km from Alaska to New Zealand in 11 days.
Cambridge University study also suggests older people less likely to believe coronavirus misinformation.
Beijing joins initiative against 'vaccine nationalism' in contrast to US, which is not part of alliance.
As coronavirus wreaks havoc on existing structures, we take a look at some visions for cities of the future - and how they hold up
Race against time to save plants and fungi that underpin life on Earth, global study shows.
New antigen tests will help tackle a dangerous inequality, says Charlotte Summers, lecturer in intensive care medicine at the University of Cambridge
Can biodiversity be preserved if the most important countries in the world causing climate change do not sign the pledge?
One of the UK’s leading public health experts has warned that universities should be two-thirds empty in order to prevent massive spikes in coronavirus infections across campuses.
New policy comes after serious quality control questions were raised about the data relied on by a study in the medical journal
The government and vice-chancellors have a duty of care, yet in too many colleges, Covid security is mere hygiene theatre.
Gongs also awarded for research into vibrating earthworms, French kissing and bellowing alligators.
From the Strait of Gibraltar to Galicia, orcas have harassing yachts, damaging vessel and injuring crew.
Food safety officials deny claims that diseased or contaminated meat is being eaten by consumers.
Expert behind vaccine confidence report points to halting of Oxford Covid trial as example.
The pandemic has shown how a lack of solid statistics can be dangerous. But even with the firmest of evidence, we often end up ignoring the facts we don't like.
The UK government wants more students to study science subjects - but employers want humanities graduates too.
After 25 years I feel Britain has broken my trust. I'm one of many academics who now see their future in Europe
Rise in carbon capture as global warming speeds growth of forests would be negated by earlier deaths, say scientists.
We asked GPT-3, OpenAI's powerful new language generator, to write an essay for us from scratch. The assignment? To convince us robots come in peace.
New guidelines aimed at ensuring AI research is of same quality as that in other fields.
Research suggests musicians can reduce infections by decreasing volume.
UKs Labour Party calls on health secretary to explain reasons behind increase and testing centre problems.
To dream of imminent solutions is only human. But progress will come from controlled expectations.
Research suggests stomach trouble more predictive of virus in young people than a cough.