In a study published last week by Edinburgh University, first-born children were found to display more intelligence than their younger siblings, but other tests show a variety of patterns.
The 468ft-long vessel, owned by Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko, stunned locals in Southern Spain as it towered from the water as it resumed testing.
Professor Jason Ellis, director of the Northumbria Centre for Sleep Research, reveals the ways you can switch off your brain and get back to sleep if you wake in the middle of the night.
The Today Show recently presented kids with a Panasonic cassette player (right), a Nintendo Gameboy (left) and a GPO Carrington phone (inset) to find out – and the results will surprise you.
Yosemite National Park’s incredible ‘firefall’ didn’t disappoint as perfect weather conditions created the famous optical illusion that makes a waterfall looks like glowing molten lava.
A Minnesota-based startup has unveiled designs for a plane called the ‘Machete’ that consists of a new metal foam making it a light-weight attack plane that could replace the iconic A-10 Warthog.
Researchers based at the the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed a model that more accurately predicts hurricanes and megawaves up to 30 meters high.
Worst affected by the loss of plants in urban areas and pollution in cities harming caterpillars are the fast-flying orange Small Copper (pictured) and the tiniest brown butterfly in Britain, the Small Heath.
The site, called Backyard Worlds: Planet 9, contains footage from the WISE mission, which produced the most comprehensive survey of the entire sky at mid-infrared wavelengths to date.
Fossils including sharks, sea reptiles and squid-like creatures dug up in Idaho reveal a marine ecosystem thriving relatively soon after Earth’s worst mass extinction 252 million years ago.
Apple could make it easier for users to share emojis while using a laptop. The firm’s latest patent illustrates a smart keyboard with a designation ‘Emoji’ button underneath ‘Tab’.
Researchers form Trinity College Dublin discovered an area that appears to have been flooded by water, with striations in sand dunes that resemble those in the Namib Desert here on Earth.
NASA researchers have found that giant cracks in the Greenland Ice Sheet let one of its aquifer lakes drain into the ocean.The aquifers trap massive amounts of water within the ice sheet.