In an article for The Conversation, Sheila MacNeil, a professor in tissue engineering at the University of Sheffield explains why moisturisers may not be as effective as cosmetic firms claim.
All three new Apple smartphones revealed at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino yesterday have pound-for-dollar prices, meaning UK customers will be forced to pay more than people in the US.
Research led by the University of Texas showed that a yarn (pictured) weighing less than a housefly could light up a small LED light.
To celebrate the accomplishments of the Voyager spacecraft, Nasa is hosting a public event at 12:30pm ET (17:30 BST) today at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington.
A leaflet created by Seoul-based firm Samsung for the Australian release of the Galaxy Note 8 next week has leaked online, confirming a number of rumoured specifications for the flagship handset.
Experts from Human Longevity in San Diego, California, trained an algorithm to link facial features to people's DNA, and were able to identify people from their genomes.
Japan's Himawari 8 weather satellite caught the moment when a shadow passed over the Pacific last year, creating a total solar eclipse in Indonesia, from orbit above the Earth.
Hundreds of new emojis are coming with Apple's iOS 11.1.The full set includes more smiley faces, new clothing options such as a headscarf, and mystical creatures such as mermaids and zombies.
Dr Duane Mellor, a senior lecturer in human nutrition at Coventry University explains why exactly onions make us cry. He says that a chemical in the vegetable causes sulfenic acid.
Facebook appears to have crashed in the UK, leaving thousands of users unable to access their social media accounts.
Manatees were left stranded on the dry sea floor in Sarasota Bay after Hurricane Irma sucked away water from the shoreline in Florida. First responders were able to save the sea cows.
Dubbed ‘Florence,’ the huge space rock will pass 4.4 million miles from our planet – or, about 18 times the distance between Earth and the moon. It's estimated to be 2.7 miles wide, NASA says.
New research from the University of Southern Denmark found the ‘acutely toxic’ element antimony, which likely caused vomiting, diarrhea, liver and kidney damage, and cardiac arrest.
As Apple gears up to unveil its highly anticipated newest iPhone model this week, it appears a disgruntled employee has beat the tech giant to the punch.
Elevated levels of the Ruthenium-106 have been reported in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and France since September 29 and German officials have now issued a warning.
Cassini, built by Washington, DC-based Nasa, is now undertaking the final series of its so-called 'Grand Finale' orbits before its long-awaited death dive into Saturn's atmosphere.
A new Amazon patent describes an accordion-like tube that would extend from the drone to a drop-off point such as a porch and let the package slide through to a safe landing.
There was a 'tidal wave' of scam software on Apple and attacks on Android have risen rapidly too, according to the report by Santa Clara-based company Malwarebytes (stock image).
John Watson of John Hopkins University Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, performed the test in 1919 to show babies could be given phobias they didn't previously have.