Has one of maths' greatest problems been solved ?
The multiverse theory, supported by such prominent physicists as Neil deGrasse and the late Stephen Hawking, explains how against seemingly impossible odds our Universe has allowed life to form.
It was a laboratory analysis of the (mostly incomplete) skeletons which suggested the bodies were of male origin and aged between 13 and 25 at time of death.
Emma Chapman evaluates whether exams are the best method of assessment.
Researchers have found the first conclusive evidence that Neanderthals, rather than modern humans, were the artists of the world’s oldest cave paintings.
Durham research published last week demonstrates how human ‘echolocators’ can detect objects in a similar manner to bats, providing insights that could help teach more blind individuals the skills needed to improve their spatial awareness.
What are the real causes of climate change? Chartered Energy Engineer Andrew Clarke came to Durham to discuss some common misconceptions.