The Mediterranean diet has been touted as an example of healthy eating for years. However, new data from the World Health Organisation (WHO) shows that southern European countries have the
Of the billions of pieces of data accumulated on the Internet, some have “special value” and are of such interest that they attract great, even “ogre-ish” appetites… This is “sensitive”
Scientists have discovered mountain ranges and enormous canyons buried under hundreds of metres of ice in Antarctica. The canyons regulate the flow of ice and could contribute to rising sea
In a new study, scientists have found no link between consuming fish during pregnancy and an increased risk of autism in children. A diet containing fish could even be beneficial
Over the past 20 years, metropolitan areas across France have been invaded by several species of hammerhead flatworms, according to a new study. The predatory worms are native to Asia
The European Union has given the green light for free trade agreement negotiations with Australia and New Zealand. The talks could lead to a multi-billion dollar deal that has the
On Thursday 17th March, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (the IARC), appointed Dr. Elisabete Weiderpass as its new Director. She will replace Christopher Wild, the outgoing director.
This Friday, Irish voters will decide if they want to lift the country’s ban on abortion by repealing the constitution’s Eighth Amendment. But only days before the referendum, Ireland remains
The debate about AI and the benefit or impact it could have for society, has grown to a scale which dwarfs the most basic question – what actually is it?
Prime Minister Theresa May said the United Kingdom would be willing to pay to have “full association” with the European Union’s research programme after it leaves the bloc. In a speech