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Protestors may partially get their wishes for access to Stonehenge, as English Heritage is developing a solution, a virtual visit in a panoramic cinema where tourists can experience standing in the ancient site.
The latest scientific discoveries have disproved that ancient Egyptian embalmers always left the heart in place, or removed the guts using cedar oil enemas.
A study of 40 undergraduates revealed that when the mind is relaxed and confident, anxieties which were previously focusing on other cognitive function, became 'available for other tasks and processes.'
Toxic bubbles of highly-flammable methane are trapped in grenade-like bubbles just inches beneath the surface of the ice. Once popped methane escapes the bubbles and ignites in spectacular explosions triggered by big bang-loving boffin Katey Walter.
Professor Sir John Beddington said the effects of climate change on the weather were already being felt in the UK.
Studies of female great tits' appearance, and the weight and immune strength of their chicks at two weeks, has revealed a direct link between the health of the infants and the 'attractiveness' of their mother.
Dinosaurs had sex in the missionary position to stop them from being castrated, according to a new study. It contradicts long-held beliefs that the male mounted the female from behind.
The photographs, taken by Expedition 33 crew as the International space station orbits the Earth, show the mesmerizing lights of (from top left, clockwise) Tokyo, Kuwait City, Baltimore, Maryland and Istanbul.
The town of Williston, North Dakota, has vast oil deposits and recent investment has meant that the desolate area is now lit up as brightly as the biggest cities in the U.S.
Bruno Debattista (pictured), from Oxford, brought a piece of shale with what he thought might be a fossilised imprint to the Oxford University's Museum of Natural History.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University Biorobotics laboratory say the robosnake can perch on posts, in trees and can even shimmy up drainpipes.
The latest version of the South Korean company's flagship smartphone will arrive on these shores with a only quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 CPU, the Samsung has admitted.
The phenomenon explains why our kitchen cupboards are full of tins and packets of food that will never be eaten and why many a bookshelf contains novels that have never been opened.
Amazon's billionaire boss has recovered what he believes could be the historic Apollo rocket motors that took man to the moon.
Developed by Swiss scientists, the implant measures just 14mm long and can spot tiny changes in chemicals in a patient's bloodstream, and use their mobile phone to alert doctors
Arkansas man Allen Engstrom won't have to get a sketch artist for a picture of the woman he says has his iPad, as she keeps sending pictures of herself to him. He said she someone got it after he left it on a plane.