Dr Robbie Girling, from the University of Reading who is leading a study on diesel emissions, believes bees’ difficulty in sniffing out flowers may be contributing to their decline.
In a study of 2,300 women, researchers found ladies were 32 percent more likely to orgasm when romping with the same sex, despite the fact that heterosexual couples had sex more frequently.
The finding was made by a team of researchers led by Ari Silburt at Penn State University and Mohamad Ali-Dib at the University of Toronto, who fed 90,000 images of the moon's surface into the AI.
Experts from Colorado State University's Advanced Beam Laboratory used a compact but powerful laser they built from scratch to heat tiny, invisible wires, known as nanowires.
Samples taken from up to 33 metres (108ft) below the surface in Ruislip have revealed a strange black clay that suggests the area once had densely wooded marshes on the edge of a sub-tropical sea.
A bug has been found in the Mac version of the Google Chrome Remote Desktop app by San Carlos-based Checkpoint Security. It allows hackers to access an admin account on Macs.
This AI, presented at the European Association of Urology congress in Copenhagen, has shown similar levels of accuracy to a human pathologist (stock image).
A special Boeing 747 test aircraft flew from Victorville, California, with the new GE9X engine mounted under its left wing, dwarfing the plane's three other engines.
One in four mammals are currently threatened with extinction and a global appraisal of the damage, and what can be done to reverse it, will be conducted in Medellin in the coming days (stock).
Facebook, based in Menlo Park in San Francisco, experienced a significant malfunction last night as it provided violent and sexually explicit suggestions when users searched 'videos of'.
The brains, found by Bristol University, belong to a type of marine predator known as Kerygmachela kierkegaardi which existed around 521 and 514 million years ago. in Sirius Passet, North Greenland.
The FBI and Department of Homeland Security have issued an unprecedented warning that 'Russian government cyber actors' have planted malware and spear phished in critical systems.
From having cereal with water each morning to not being able to wear any make up, Phoebe Weston found that living a plastic-free life is much tougher than it seems.
Airbus has tested a space harpoon at its Stevenage base that could help capture rogue satellites and pull them back down to Earth.