News Articles about Everyday Life

News stories about human life, archaeology, anthropology, palaeoanthropology, philosophy and history of science...

08 October 2021

From tasting chili peppers to modeling climate dynamics, we’re looking at the discoveries recognised this year

25 June 2021

The rise of slime off Turkey is a dangerous eyesore. But it's not all doom and gloop: this can be reversed

18 February 2021

If cats eat and play, mice live to see another day...

13 November 2020

Does the announcement from Pfizer this week mark the beginning of the end of our socially-distanced existence...

01 March 2020

Why do seagulls want your chips? Turns out they prefer food humans have touched...

21 February 2020

How can you improve flood resilience, biodiversity and tourism? Beavers!

21 February 2020

An expandable heart valve could spare millions from multiple, hazardous heart surgeries...

17 February 2020

The energy stored in wastewater could power the equivalent of every single household in the US and Mexico

13 February 2020

What helps a zoo pull in the punters?

16 December 2019

Poor living conditions is linked to depression in men, and anxiety in women...

28 November 2019

Tiny micropolymers can preserve key nutrients in food supplements...

19 November 2019

This interactive display uses sound to produce 3D video and audio...

15 November 2019

In every generation there is about a 1% chance of a child’s father not actually being the mother’s husband...

26 October 2019

Global wildlife trade affects whole groups of species, with up to 3,000 more species predicted to be affected.

25 October 2019

How analysing books can help policy making.

02 October 2019

A small study found that exercise reduced the brain shrinkage rate in people at risk of Alzheimer's disease.

13 August 2019

The emotional wellbeing of both mothers and fathers prenatally can effect behavioural problems in toddlers

01 August 2019

PE class could potentially be reevaluating one of its staple units, physical fitness assessments.

27 June 2019

Can we improve balance with our calluses

06 June 2019

CRISPR gene edited twins have been found to have a 21% higher mortality rate before the age of 76.

21 May 2019

Does drinking order dictate hangover intensity. Cambridge scientists investigated...

11 May 2019

Wasps are capable of “transitive inference”, a cognitive skill previously thought to be unique to humans.

18 April 2019

Ancient DNA reveals farming was brought to Britain by migrants, not adopted by local hunter-gatherers.

24 February 2019

Four new DNA building blocks that meet the criteria to encode life have been created by US scientists...