Geologist suggests extracting precious metals from human waste would keep harmful substances out of the ground – and recover valuable objects
Alan Bailes, who was fired by FirstGroup in Bristol after the false result, wins substantial compensation from employment tribunal
A new e-reader allows users to replace offensive words with more palatable alternatives, with settings ranging from ‘clean’ to ‘squeaky clean’
Wiltshire monument may have been equivalent of ‘an ancient Mecca on stilts’ according to an idea put forward by former museum director Julian Spalding
The singer – and parent to two children born through IVF – reacts to Domenico Dolce’s remarks about ‘synthetic children’ and ‘wombs for rent’
Trafalgar Square gallery joins Museum of Modern Art and Guggenheim in banning gadgets, while British Museum considers similar move
Risqué image from S&M drama about a sexually submissive office worker was used to advertise a vacancy
The name is dying out, and not even Garys Cooper or Lineker seem capable of saving it. Why do parents hate it now, and what can we do about it?
Three-year-old Irish setter, known as Jagger, died after returning home to Belgium after show at NEC in Birmingham
Ten years ago, Anna Lyndsey developed an extreme photosensitivity. At first, her skin would burn whenever she sat in front of a computer screen; soon, she was unable to leave a specially blacked-out room
Scene from Aladdin with caption 'Genie, you're free' could encourage people to see suicide as an option, say campaigners
It can hardly have escaped your notice that the print media industry is in dire straits: circulations are falling, jobs are being slashed.
Modesty obviously precludes Lost in Showbiz from suggesting that it exerts a vast and unshakeable influence over the world of media, that editors first hang, then act upon its every word.
Spate of thefts means some insurers now insisting on secure off-road parking and that drivers buy security devices
Today I walked by a Ferrari dealership. One banner in the window that read: Live the Dream. The other one read: Be Envied.
Discovery of four super-heavy chemical elements by scientists in Russia, America and Japan has been verified by experts and formally added to table
"Pull Up Your Pants, Nobody Wants To See Your Underwear"
The actor sneers at child sex abuse victims and says free speech is being stifled. But he is part of the 1% who enjoy a platform – it’s ordinary people who struggle to be heard
Having a wander around Borough Market last Tuesday, I was attracted by the huge neon light sculpture around an arch near the Menier Chocolate Factory. I decided to explore.
Here are five Valentine's Day gifts you must avoid at all costs!