Evidence has shown that only humans and great apes have self-recognition – the ability to recognise themselves in a mirror – a cognitive facility that has so far eluded the common monkey.
A team of final year Electrical and Mechanical Engineering students at the University of Strathclyde are believed to have become the first in the UK to design and launch an advanced craft (otherwise known as a payload) into near space, propelled by a large helium balloon.
A new hope for male infertility treatment
New and old are coming together in a bid to develop new treatments for chronic back pain.
We usually associate tears with sadness and misery, however new research has revealed that they may actually have an additional meaning.
An online debate on this subject spurred Dr Darren Naish to investigate it further using computational analysis to predict a giraffe’s buoyancy in water and its potential swimming ability.
Energy supply is a complex business. Fluctuating supply and demand mean it can be difficult for energy companies to produce enough energy during high demand periods without producing wasted energy in low demand periods.
A recent study into the genetics of bees has shed light on the hereditary of the illustrious Queen Bee.