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Scientists at Cern in Geneva have confirmed the existence of a new 'exotic' particle using the Large Hadron Collider beauty (LHCb) detector.
The archaeologist responsible for Rome’s Forum, (pictured) discovered a wall near the Capitoline Hill that predates the founding date of the ancient city.
The social network is rumoured to be seeking regulatory approval from the Central Bank of Ireland to offer electronic money and remittances.
A 40-day expedition to the Kermadec Trench near New Zealand has begun. The trench is one of the coldest on Earth.
The strangely pigmented creature, which lives at Scarborough Sea Life Centre, has moulted for a second time to reveal its electric blue colouring.
The world’s leading experts on climate change say fracking will cut greenhouse gas emissions and should be made central to the country’s energy production.
Belgrade architect Margot Krasojevic's concept incorporates an electric field designed to attract calcium carbonate from the water, to form new reefs quickly.
New research looked into how likely people were to pick up their dog's poo. The study was carried out by the University of Central Lancashire.
A team at the University of Edinburgh is undertaking a £5 million project. The research has been looking at making red blood cells from stem cells.
Dr Adam Bradford, who also works as a GP in London, says that key information about Jesus' birth and childhood in the Gospel of Luke could only have come from Mary.
Scientists claim ancient riverbeds on Mars were created by brief warm spells - but these would not have lasted long enough to allow organisms to develop.
These pictures were taken using a special stroke-effect flash unit that has just hit the market. Lee Wilson captured just one second of the bird's flight in a single exposure using 15 flashes of light.
The Bradley Timepiece, which is created by a start-up in Washington DC has a minimalistc, titanium face with gently protruding bars, but no numbers and no hands.
The device is believed to use retina tracking technology for a glasses-free 3D screen.
Bran Ferren has spent 4 years and millions of dollars constructing the KiraVan to take his four year old daughter Kira camping.
New York firm twopcharts analysed twitter's accounts - and found many of them are 'dark' accounts never used to send tweets.
California researchers say reef fish - including the clownfish made famous in Disney's Finding Nemo, evolved earlier than thought.
Astronomers have used trigonometry to increase the range of Hubble, and the telescope could now be employed to refine the 'cosmic distance ladder.'
Stanford reseachers say the language used in Yelp reviews can give an insight into the reviewer's personality.
The agency is believed to have used the bug, which affects web servers and allows hacker to obtain supposedly secure information, to gather 'critical intelligence'.