Women tend to find male chivalry attractive even though they see it as a threat to fairness, according to a new study. Existing inequality may explain why
Aided by the performance artist Brendan Walker, the folk-rock musician is giving concert-goers at London's Barbican Hall a taste of the anxiety disorder that keeps him off the stage.
A blood test that detects melanoma in its early stages may allow people to get treatment before the cancer spreads and becomes difficult to cure
A new haul of moons brings Jupiter’s total to 79. Nine of the newly discovered satellites are orbiting the wrong way, and could obliterate one of their companions
Insurance companies are training hundreds of drone pilots to check property damage from the air to make sure claims are legitimate
On Monday, Vladimir Putin said he’d given Donald Trump a note with suggestions on disarmament. This might be the first move in extending an important agreement
Britain is experiencing a prolonged “wind drought” that has slowed or halted the blades on turbines around the country
Evidence of the first early bread suggests humans were baking with wheat and oats thousands of years before they began farming the cereals
The UK is funding the development of spaceports in Scotland and Cornwall, but plans for US firms to launch small satellites could run afoul of US export laws
Researchers have developed a sticky sheet that could allow a wirelessly-powered LED chip to be stuck inside the body to deliver "photodynamic therapy"