A new technique for identifying the precise biological age of human tissue reveals that not all tissues grow old at the same rate. A new technique for identifying the precise biological age of human tissue
We've seen several breakthroughs in HIV treatment this year — early treatment "functionally cured" a child and helped fourteen adults go off HIV drugs — and now researchers from Boston's Brigham and Women's
An experimental malaria vaccine called PfSPZ is showing promise after it was found to have blocked the disease in early clinical trials, according to a new study published by Science magazine on Thursday.
A new theory on why we need shut-eye It's long been known that sleep, much like eating or breathing, is a vital process for humans and animals. Insufficient shut-eye in people impairs cognition, curbs
On Ada Lovelace Day, Suzi Gage considers the most influential and inspirational female scientists that have helped shape who she is – and the world as we know it. Ada Lovelace Dayasks people to think the
Today, peak oil seems a distant will-o’-the-wisp. Experts at the U.S. government’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) confidently projectthat global oil output will reach 115 million barrels per by
The spectacular fossilised skull of an ancient human ancestor that died nearly two million years ago has forced scientists to rethink the story of early human evolution. Anthropologists unearthed the at
The best make-up and skincare products go under the Fashion Team's microscope. This week: night creams. BY Katy Young | 16 October 2013 t's time to start maximising your skin's overnight repair process