Scientists have shed light on the bat famous for pollinating the plant from which tequila is made.
University of Bristol
Dinosaurs were wiped off the Earth by an asteroid, and not volcanic activity as some theories suggest, according to a new research.
People are more likely to choose a non-alcoholic beverage if there is a greater selection on offer than drinks containing alcohol, research suggests.
Learning more about pterosaurs, flying reptiles that lived more than 200 million years ago, could help in designing more efficient drones, scientists have said.
Male bottlenose dolphins match the tempo of each other’s calls when working together, as well as synchronising their movements, a study has found.
Marine species are relocating towards the poles due to rising ocean temperatures, scientists have said.
Women who take statins could be less likely to develop ovarian cancer, new research suggests.
Sheep know the grass is not always greener when it comes to their health, according to scientists.
Scientists have developed an “artificial skin” that they say can wrap around devices such as smartphones and make them ticklish.
The copy of Lady Chatterley’s Lover used by the judge in its landmark obscenity trial has been acquired by the University of Bristol.
Prehistoric European babies may have been fed animal milk using the equivalent of modern-day baby bottles, according to new evidence uncovered by researchers.
Life-like robots that can make decisions, adapt to their environment and learn, are one step closer to becoming reality.
An ancient increase in oxygen levels helped North American dinosaurs to flourish, scientists say.
Betting firms are flouting advertising regulations by encouraging children to engage with gambling adverts for esports tournaments, according to a new report.
Antlions, one of the most nightmarish insect predators, perform a constructional “conjuring trick” to build their deadly pit traps, scientists have discovered.
A new study has opened a door into discovering how birds evolved to have dazzling arrays of colourful plumage.
Women who are “larks” and at their best early in the morning are less likely to develop breast cancer than their night-owl sisters, a study has found.
Bumblebees can identify different flowers by the invisible patterns of scent across their surface, new research has found.
Obese people are more likely to be smokers, a new study has found.