When it come to newfangled technology, the Queen has revealed that she relies on a helping hand from her grandchildren.
Speaking to a guest at today's garden party the Queen admitted needing a bit of help from one of her eight grandchildren when using a computer.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh ch
Women with the most common type of breast cancer could benefit from staying on drugs for a decade, research suggests.
Around 40,000 women have hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer, which is sensitive to oestrogen.
Doubling their drug regime from five to ten years could cut the chance of their c
A pioneer in the production of wind power, Denmark draws more than 40 percent of its energy from turbines, and the aim is to reach 50% by 2020.
But the harsh offshore environment and heavy rain causes the blades to erode, leading to a significant reduction in efficiency. Researchers in the cit
Scientists say they've discovered a magma buildup near a New Zealand town that explains a spate of recent earthquakes and could signal the beginnings of a new volcano — although they're not expecting an eruption anytime soon.
Geophysicist Ian Hamling said that since 1950, enough magma to fill
Sophisticated X-ray body scanners that could curb widespread smuggling of scalpels and razors at New York City's notorious Rikers Island jail have sat unused for years, shelved by a state law barring such devices that emit low doses of radiation.
The city instead is using weaker metal detectors tha
For all the impressive advancements in medical technology, researchers and scientists still face a daunting challenge when they study the habits of the adorable but uncommunicative subjects called human infants.
In order to study infants without overwhelming them, scientists often try to mask the m
Mobile phone users can block unwanted sales and marketing calls by texting their details to the Telephone Preference Service.
Mobile phone users can opt out of nuisance calls by text message for the first time from today.
The "text-to-register" service allows members of the public to add their num
Promising drugs stoke talk of eventual cancer ‘cure’
Robert Waag is alive and apparently cancer free more than two years after advanced melanoma reached his lungs, hips and other parts of his body – a feat only recently considered unthinkable for such patients.
Waag, 77, is on th