A study has found that some bacteria are able to change form to avoid antibiotics, providing a potential explanation for resistance.
The Prime Minister announced plans for a fast-track visa pathway for foreign scientists in a bid to boost the UK’s research sector post-Brexit.
Alan Turing has been chosen to feature on the new £50 note for his work as a computer scientist and code-breaker during WW2.
A study of 4.4 million adults has shown those born premature are twice as likely to never have a sexual relationship.
Researchers have called for improved cleaning processes after finding surgical gowns can retain superbugs even after being treated.
Climate scientists have said the submarine with the publicly-chosen moniker Boaty McBoatface has been successful in its maiden mission.
Three quarters of the UK population believe climate change is the biggest crisis facing humanity - but many are “confused” about how they can help.
Universities Minister Sam Gyimah has resigned from his role as Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, describing the Prime Minister’s deal as giving us the UK’s ‘voice and vote’.
Leading scientists have raised concerns over a Chinese professor's claims that he helped make the world's first gene-edited babies.
The Bank of England has released a list of scientists who have been nominated to feature on the new £50 note, which includes former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
Institute of Cancer Research scientists found lung cancer drug crizotinib can kill breast cancer cells that have a particular genetic defect
Exploration director Robert Schmittner says more research now needs to be done in the cave
Chief doctor Ye Zhewei was 2,300 miles away from the operation he was conducting
The US Department of Defence has admitted to running a secret UFO research programme
The physicist says artificial intelligence may be able to improve itself and outperform human beings
A remote sensing satellite is technology which detects and classify objects on which are on earth
Kenneth Catania says he's been accidentally shocked by electric eels before, so knew roughly what to expect
Scientists say the tiny spinning molecules can get through cell linings due to their speed
Many online are using the opportunity to make jokes and post funny gifs
Scientists have been able to remove viruses from pig DNA
Computer scientists Lara Yaldo and Lior Shamir researched the wages of 6,082 European professional football players
If you think you're a Twitter hit, you might want to try sending a tweet further than it's ever been before
Jellyfish are already eaten mainly in Southeast Asia but crispy jellyfish are prepared in a different way
Several telescopes were used to gain more information about gamma-ray bursts, one of the most explosive incidents in the entire universe
The Int-Ball drone was created by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and has been on board the ISS since June
Researchers replaced rat cells in the hearts with human cells and hope to now conduct more accurate research
Scientists call the gene therapy 'a living drug' as it harnesses the immune system to fight cancer
Researchers in Finland are creating particles which they claim could have the potential to kill tumours
Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology have created a robot which sits on turtles' backs and controls them
Scientists were studying a genetic disease which causes tumours to grow on nerves, when they stumbled across cells linked to hair
Nasa and the Georgia Institute of Technology have discovered that 20-30% of craters which are wider than 10 kilometres on Ceres have some form of landslide
Diplocynodon ratelii fossils were found in the Valles-Penedes basin in the 1990s, but it was not clear how far they dated back until now
Biologists Martin Nyffeler and Klaus Birkhofer have worked out how much food spiders eat in a year, and it's more than you might think
A protein in the venom from Australia's funnel-web spider could help protect the brain from the damaging effects of strokes
On March 20 the spring equinox will take place, meaning the equator will pass the centre of the sun and Spring will officially begin
Astronomers have discovered a 'super-earth' near our solar system as well as more than 100 new planets, which they say could possibly sustain life
The Government is to announce plans for the UK to launch its first commercial spaceflight within three years
SpaceX is planning on sending a dangerous bacterium to the International Space Station in order to conduct research into the treatment of MRSA
Nasa has taken stunning images of Saturn's rings which reveal unprecedented details of the icy particles orbiting the planet
Scientists created a hybrid of a pig and a human, however they terminated the embryo before it could be born
Scientists have captured footage of a sonic boom of light for the first time ever, using a custom-built camera which records frames just a trillionth of a second apart
The extinction of prehistoric giant animals in Australia 45,000 years ago was more likely caused by humans rather than climate change, new evidence suggests
Nasa researchers will enter an isolated dome at a Hawaii volcano today, and stay there for eight months in order to study human behaviour in space exploration
A new study has found that a robotic device which hugs the heart could give it gentle squeezes, to help those with weak hearts
Scientists have managed to trigger a predatory gene in mice, leading them to attack anything nearby
Nasa have released an amazing new image of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, the megastorm which has been raging on the planet for centuries
Scientists hope the surprising discovery could improve understanding of why some humans indulge in bestiality
It could be possible for humans to regrow limbs in a few decades, with further scientific research
A new study has revealed it could be possible to move items in midair with sound fields, and could also be used to improve ultrasound therapies and ultrasonic imaging