Our in-sleep experiences and memories are inextricably linked.
We all do it, yet it’s still full of surprises…
By careful manipulation of your slumber, you can turn it into the ultimate cognitive enhancer.
With the annual buying bonanza in full swing, Hayley Birch has scoured science journals and sought advice from a psychologist to help you shop smart.
We are all prone to passing a little gas, but there is more than a delicate whiff of flatulence facts floating around some of our stinky friends in the animal kingdom.
From the days of ancient technology to modern science - find out what happened on this day in the history of science.
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Each day, we could be flushing millions of pounds in poop down our collective loos. Zoe Cormier examines eight ways the world can harness human waste.
The chilly nights are here and the smell of Christmas is on the horizon, so check out the latest gadgets and gizmos to lust over in the coming months.
The Martian author Andy Weir talks about his new book Artemis, how he built an entire lunar base in his head before he wrote it, and how hard it is to make a decent cuppa on the Moon…
We know that our diet has a huge influence on our health, but is it possible to use food as medicine for a specific disease? Emma Young, who has type 2 diabetes, is sceptical but intrigued.
Why personalised medicine is coming, and how it’s going to help us beat disease.
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