Scientists who have completed a DNA investigation of the waters of Loch Ness have said that one theory about its fabled monster “remains plausible”.
Carmaker Ford has announced plans to expand its racing presence to virtual tracks for the first team through the creation of its own esports team.
A US ban on trade with Huawei has been delayed by a further 90 days, the US Commerce Secretary has confirmed.
Men may be more likely to victim-blame women who are sexually harassed because they are more empathetic with the perpetrators, new research suggests.
Scientists have discovered a new pain organ in the skin.
Dogs can sniff out bacteria that is a major of cause of lung damage in people with cystic fibrosis before it takes hold, according to a study.
If the gap between the rich and poor in society grows too large, public services will be threatened, researchers suggest.
The armour that superbugs deploy to resist antiseptics could be used to create a new generation of plastics, a study suggests.
An Aberdeen science festival has been launched for another year.
Edinburgh has some of the highest known rates of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in the world and the figure is expected to rise in the next 10 years.
Glaciers could be melting underwater at a faster rate than previously thought, new research suggests.
Security cameras have captured a fireball caused by an apparent meteor over the east coast of the US.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away – and planting up to 100 million bacteria in your gut could be one of the reasons.
Video games can help teenagers better manage and express their emotions, a new study has claimed.
Mars could be made habitable by the creation of small islands that mimic the Earth’s greenhouse effect, according to new research.
Glasgow University has received more than £6 million in what has been described as the institute’s largest-ever donation.
Mussels are suffering from stress as a result of underwater noise from ships, research suggests.
Thirteen patients with complete paralysis can now perform everyday tasks after pioneering nerve surgery restored movement in their elbows and hands.
A popular strategy for raising IVF pregnancy rates by freezing embryos has been shown to have no improvement in a large trial.
A lost wallet is more likely to be returned to its owner when it contains a large sum of money, new research suggests.
A small device that uses the power of artificial intelligence (AI) could spell the end of painful endoscopic examinations for colon cancer patients, scientists believe.
Nasa scientists tweeted a Star Trek joke after a photo was captured of a “dune footprint” on the surface of Mars that looks similar to the Starfleet insignia from the hit sci-fi TV show.
A team of four girls from an Aberdeen school have won a £1,500 prize in a national competition.
Schools “don’t have enough bodies on the ground” to teach science, maths, engineering and technology (Stem) subjects effectively to younger children, teachers have told MSPs.
Chimpanzees have been caught on camera devouring tortoises.
A DNA mutation linked to breathing problems in popular dog breeds has been discovered by scientists.
The death of a close friend can have an impact on your health and wellbeing for up to four years, research has found.
Scientists have used space telescopes to explain one of the mysteries of blue supergiants – massive stars that, like rock and rollers, live fast and die young.
A poor sense of smell may predict premature death, even among healthy individuals, research suggests.
Men with prostate cancer could be treated with a high dose of radiation in a single session, new research suggests, saving patients from multiple visits to hospital.