Financial crisis and cuts to the welfare system have driven people to UK food banks. About 500,000 are estimated to have sought assistance
Time off from digital devices. Find out how a school in England challenges students to stay away from their gadgets
Should animals have the same rights as humans? Lawyers defend animals move out of US lab
Using high heels for a long time can damage your feet, says South Korean study
Scientists researching Alpine glaciers store ice in Antarctica. By analysing air bubbles in the ice they may be able to predict the future
'Pint of Science' festival held in several cities allows beer drinkers to pick the brains of academics
The strength of your hands may help doctors assess the health of your heart, suggests study
The use of computers might be disrupting the sleep of the internet generation
'Email epidemic' is bad for companies, says British academic
Agents in France who employ models who are too thin might face punishment
Fish and chips take centre stage. Britain's traditional dish is the theme for a play performed in restaurants
Scientists' research could bring the woolly mammoth back after thousands of years
What does having a beard say about you and why have one in the first place?
The Hubble Space Telescope is 25 years old. It's changed the way we look at the universe
How much would you pay for a bag? Does $10,000 seem too much? That's the price a businessman in the USA is charging for his product. But it's no ordinary product...
Do you believe blood has the power to make us young?
We live in a richer world. So why is the gap between rich and poor growing - and what can we do about it?
Driverless cars are on the way, but how safe would you feel with no one behind the wheel?
Bill Gates and Stephen Hawking are concerned about robots that can think for themselves. Are you?
People in England have eight bank holidays a year - but there』s a cost to the economy