In guppy courtship, the unusual male wins

When it comes to choosing a mate, female guppies often go for the mates with the…

Another day at the office: Sherpa completes record 23rd Everest climb

For the hardy few, climbing Everest is a bucket-list feat of endurance, danger and wonder. But…

Sport and exercise science graduates contribute 4 billion to the UK economy every year

Sport and Exercise Science (SES) graduates contribute almost £4 billion a year to the UK economy,…

Online complaint system used by Google and Twitter is like the 'Wild West'

The online complaint system used by web giants like Google and Twitter is a ‘Wild West’…

Where there's waste there's fertilizer

We all know plants need nutrients, especially nitrogen and phosphorus. To give crops a boost, they…

Bristol academic cracks Voynich code, solving century-old mystery of medieval text

A University of Bristol academic has succeeded where countless cryptographers, linguistics scholars and computer programs have…

New study boosts understanding of how ocean melts Antarctic Ice Sheet

An innovative use of instruments that measure the ocean near Antarctica has helped Australian scientists to…

New material could unlock potential for hydrogen powered vehicle revolution

Scientists have discovered a new material that could hold the key to unlocking the potential of…

Is piracy helping or hurting online word of mouth buzz around motion picture releases?

Researchers from the University of Houston and Western University in London, Ontario, published new research in…

Tooth fossils fill 6-million-year-old gap in primate evolution

Researchers have used fossilized teeth found near Lake Turkana in northwest Kenya to identify a new…