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Gamers infiltrate the HQ of Lifeinvader, the game’s Facebook parody, plant a bomb inside a mobile phone and get it into the hands of the CEO, Jay Norris.
The Taxpayer's Alliance has branded a three-year study led by Bournemouth University, which includes far-flung trips for students, 'ridiculous' and a 'waste of money'.
These are just a few of the phenomenal images entered into this year's competition. Australian Mark Gee's image of the Milky Way, pictured top right, taken in New Zealand won overall winner.
Duke University research found employees with a bonus to spend on charities or their co-workers enjoyed better job satisfaction and team sales.
University of California research found the rodents' lack of fear occurs within three weeks of infection but the behavioral change outlives the parasite.
Researchers from the University of Nottingham and Liverpool John Moores University say selfless behaviour in both men and women can make them more attractive.
Scientists have suggested good manners not only distinguish us from animals but contribute to our health and well-being.
Scientists from the University of East Anglia have outlined an end-of-the-world scenario where the Sun will get so hot that all life on Earth will end.
Researchers from Vienna University found social pressure to add friends and shallow conversations were also to blame for Facebook members leaving the site.
Researchers made the discovery by tracking thousands of great tits around Wytham Woods near Oxford in a bid to map their social networks.
Scientists believe they have discovered why mothers and fathers rarely think their daughter’s boyfriend is good enough for her.