Catherine Wilcockson says she's lucky to be alive. She was given anti-depressants. But scans found a brain tumour the size of an apple.Read the full story ›
Engineers are celebrating after launching a record-breaking rocket. The previous record had stood for 19 years.Read the full story ›
The leaders of seven political parties have called on Theresa May to pay victims of the NHS Infected Blood scandal now.Read the full story ›
Wednesday's "super blue blood moon" was the first since 1866.Read the full story ›
A scientist at the University of York has found that part of the brain used for daydreaming also helps us to do things "on autopilot".Read the full story ›
It could soon be used as standard forensic procedure to build up more accurate criminal profiles.Read the full story ›
It will now be called the National Science and Media Museum to reflect a new focus on the science behind photography, film and televisionRead the full story ›
The owners of the last airworthy Vulcan bomber have promised it'll return to public view after they were forced to put it into "hibernation"Read the full story ›
Cloud spoilt our view of the 'super moon' Monday night but all is not lost.Read the full story ›
New research shows that not enough is being done to get girls and women into science and engineering careers with tens of thousands giving up on such careers.
In the last year the number of women going into science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the so-called STEM sector - has fallen.
Now a Yorkshire based organisation which aims to promote science industries for women has gone on the campaign trail and wants change to start right from school age. James Webster reports.