Music is known to make people feel many different emotions, ranging from happy to sad, but new research suggests what someone might feel could depend on how they were raised.
Extinct dire wolves split off from other wolves nearly six million years ago and were only a distant relative of today’s wolves, new research suggests.
Scientists have discovered a new kind of brain cell which will help us to understand how we remember where we left things such as our car keys or mobile phones.
Astronomers say they are one step closer to understanding how the moon might have formed out of a giant collision between the early Earth and another massive object 4.5 billion years ago.
Plans to create a travel window for students to return home for Christmas are “riddled with holes”, the Government has been told.
Universities in England should end in-person teaching and switch to online classes by early December so students can return home safely for Christmas, the Government has said.
The Duchess of Cornwall has said Health Secretary Matt Hancock was left “impressed” by a demonstration of Covid-19 detecting dogs trained by a charity she supports.
David Bellamy was a prolific broadcaster and respected authority on botany and the natural world when, he says, his views on climate change led to him being banished from television.
Durham student Henry has been eliminated from The Great British Bake Off quarter-final in a shock exit.
Faintly glowing wisps of gas have given astronomers a rare glimpse of one of the universe’s largest but most elusive features – the intergalactic filaments of the cosmic web.
A north-east lecturer will embark on a 340-mile trek to help rebuild war-torn areas of Iraq this weekend.
The idea of a multiverse, a realm made up of many parallel universes including ours, has been talked about for decades. But is it real, and if so, is it likely to host life, just like our our own?
University Challenge viewers saw the funny side as the first of the Christmas specials ended in a “thrashing”.