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Brain fields, cocaine cravings and OCD: Public to be given inside story of scientists' latest experiments
Scientists working with art say that the magnetic fields in our brains change when we lie to our bosses, listen to crying babies or watch visual illusions.
Daniel and Evelyn MacLean's love story will star in a temporary exhibition at the English Heritage property in Bedford from May 2015.
A model dinosaur sculpture used in a primordial-themed college ball has been moved to the oldesst geological museum - Cambridge's Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences.
Science festival announces stratospheric climate change solutions and survey of British sexual behaviour
More boys were born before the wars and a volcanic emulation in the stratosphere could reduce CO2 emissions, according to experts at this year's University of Cambridge Science Festival.
Unseen personal snapshots and aerial photographs extend the Imperial War Museum's cowdsourcing digital resource exploring the USAAF in Britain during WWII.
Only surviving pair of Michelangelo bronzes found in Cambridge with help of 500-year-old student sketch
A pair of "exceptionally powerful" metre-high male nudes, riding on panthers and lost for more than a century, are likely to have been made by Michelangelo at the start of the 16th century.
An inscription on an air raid shelter at an airfield which played an important role in the Battle of Britain could have been the last act of a serving pilot, says a county archaeologist.
Veterinary scientists have used teeth and bone evidence to examine a horse found at a racing site built by Charles II in Newmarket.
The remnants of a German Junkers Ju 88 bomber shot down by a Norwegian Spitfire ace have been recovered from the Thames Estuary by Wessex Archaeology.