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Some progress has been made in encouraging girls to study A-level physics, but not enough, says report.
A new movement calls for tech investors to back more start-ups led by women and people from ethnic minorities.
The Chancellor Philip Hammond has made investment in research the centrepiece of his budget.
We need to be more concerned than ever about how society uses scientific discoveries, says Venki Ramakrishnan, President of the Royal Society UK.
Three scientists who unravelled how our bodies tell time have won the 2017 Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine.
Why has the UK government returned to an industrial strategy abandoned in the 1980s?
The online encyclopaedia is inaccessible under an official order, but no reason for this is given.
More than one billion people in the poorest countries are affected by treatable diseases.
Machines still have a long way to go before they learn like humans do – and that’s a potential danger to privacy, safety, and more.
The Hungary-born philanthropist's university says planned new laws will make it impossible to operate.
The World Health Organization says cases are climbing where immunisation coverage has dropped.
The scale of "fake research" in the UK appears to have been underestimated, a BBC investigation suggests.
One of UK's top scientists, Sir Paul Nurse, says experts are being "derided and pushed back".
The drone can carry a person and a small suitcase, and flies at up to 100 miles per hour.
The former prime minister has been confirmed as the new president of Alzheimer's Research UK.
Theresa May is being warned not to use scientists and academics as pawns in negotiations over Brexit.
UK scientists are coming up with strategies to deal with the prospect of leaving the EU.
Women in tech and science professions reflect on how things would be different if there were more women in the sectors.
The president of the Royal Society has called for the UK government to underwrite the research of all UK-based researchers who apply for EU funding now.
Sir Paul Nurse says UK science will suffer unless any post-Brexit agreement allows the free movement of people.