Belgium's first wolf in 100 years is presumed dead – have hopes of coexistence died with her?

When Naya arrived in Belgium in January 2018, she was the first wolf to be tracked…

Four ways you and your company can make flexible work better

The world of work is fast changing. As life expectancy lengthens and labour markets shift, our…

New polymer releases molecular cargo in response to force

Caltech scientists have developed a new kind of polymer that can carry a chemical payload as…

Are sheep hanging around waterways?

Massey researchers are looking into the behaviour of sheep around waterways and how this impacts on…

Creating fake rhino horn with horse hair to help in saving the endangered rhino

Published today in Scientific Reports they hope their method will provide a blueprint to create credible…

Scientists take strides towards entirely renewable energy

Scientists from Trinity College Dublin have taken a giant stride towards solving a riddle that would…

Invention of teeny-tiny organic films could enable new electronics

The first cell phone, released in 1983, was the size of a brick and weighed two-and-a-half…

'Uncharted territory' as bushfires rage across Australia's east

Dozens of bushfires raged out of control across eastern Australia on Friday, blocking escape routes for…

Mothers-to-be fear for their unborn in smog-choked Delhi

Heavily pregnant Rachel Gokavi spends most days shut away in her New Delhi home, desperate to…

Greece: New bid to understand prehistoric engineering feat

New excavations at an unusual prehistoric fortress northwest of Athens could hold the key to understanding…