The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has suggested that the fact that youth unemployment figures have touched one million is evidence that the government's apprenticeship schemes are not helping enough young people.
Human beings have evolved to become the most flexible of all primates, a fact evident by the ability to survive in a multitude of social settings, claim researchers from Oxford and the University of Auckland.
People experiencing early signs of Parkinson's Disease could see their conditions improve through a process of regulating and re-training their brains to respond to certain activities and actions, claims a study.
According to a report in the Daily Mirror, circus owners Bobby, 68 and Moira Roberts, 72, have been booked with animal cruelty, following the alleged mistreatment of Europe's oldest elephant, 59-year-old Anne.
Scientists at the University of West of England, Bristol have carried out research which tested the viability of urine as a potential fuel for Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) in order to directly produce electricity.
After his fairytale wedding, which brought London to a virtual halt, Prince William is back in business. He is set to complete a routine deployment to the Falkland Islands as part of a crew of four Royal Air Force (RAF) personnel, according to the Ministry of Defense.
Cavers have linked over 60 miles (about 102 km) of caverns and natural tunnels under the high ground close to Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria. The caves are expanded through Cumbria, Lancashire and Yorkshire, knowing as Three Counties System, reported the BBC
Education Secretary Michael Gove has announced a £2m-a-year partnership between the Department for Education and the Institute of Physics (IOP) to attract the best graduates to become physics teachers.
A class of drugs used to treat breast cancers which overproduce a protein called HER2 could also treat other types of cancer - particularly head and neck cancers, claims a research at the Cancer Research Institute UK.