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Despite gruesome lyrics, death metal does not desensitise fans to images of violence, a study shows.
Patricia Dowdy was accused of financial misconduct and failing to properly care for the scientist.
Scientists have found evidence of a huge blast of radiation from the Sun that hit Earth more than 2,000 years ago.
Thousands have joined the Trashtag Challenge and cleaned up litter-filled places along the way.
Ever wondered what happens to the household waste paper thrown out for recycling in Europe and the US?
The Royal Mint's tribute reflects the physicist's pioneering work and making science accessible.
Jack Harries is to appear in court after taking part in climate change protests.
A dairy firm is promising to make its farms carbon-neutral by 2050 in a move described as "ambitious".
The comments come as Public Health England publishes new recommendations on improving air quality.
Based on its teeth, Galleonsaurus would have been a herbivore and belonged to the ornithopod family.
Zoo officials warn that barriers are "there for a good reason" after a woman is injured.
One project in Bristol is linking scientists with takeaways to solve their plastic container problem.
The commercial astronaut capsule completed its demonstration flight on Friday with a splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean.
The unmanned commercial test vehicle will splash down in the Atlantic Ocean on Friday afternoon.
One potential problem with next-gen mobile technology may have more to do with castles than you’d expect.
The first female gardeners at Kew had to garden in bloomers, but in some ways were ahead of their time.
Millions of diseased trees near buildings, roads and railways will have to be cut down, it is warned.
New images show cracking in the bricks which make up the core of nuclear reactors at Hunterston B Power Station.
How easy is it to reduce our food waste? Two students have been finding out.
In its next Nasa test, the new crew capsule will re-enter the atmosphere for an Atlantic splashdown.