New DNA tests could identify a person’s hair and eye colour, height and facial appearance. Illustration via Getty Images

(...) become reality. Irish geneticist Dr Susan Walsh has received more than €900,000 from the US Department of(...)

We already know about four tiny moons that orbit Pluto (top of illustration) and its large moon Charon in a chaotic fashion. They follow roughly circular paths but wobble and tumble erratically as they pass close to the two larger bodies. Illustration: Nasa/SETI Institute via the New York Times

(...), launched by Nasa in 2006, will pass close to the dwarf planet. It seems likely that more moons of Pluto(...)

Nearly all corn and soybeans grown in the US are genetically modified. Above, activists take part in a march against US agrochemical giant Monsanto and GMO foods in Los Angeles. Photograph: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images

(...) having more desirable characteristics. It takes many years to produce a commercially viable crop this way(...)

Eye on you: 1990s European regulations on data protection predate much of the far more sophisticated technology in common use today.

Snowden’s revelations about the National Security Agency’s Prism project among the more shocking. Then(...)

Some 37 critical updates were released for Windows Server 2003 in 2013

(...) software, which is more than a decade old. “Effectively, what happens is Microsoft ceases to supply(...)

Sky’s campaign uses a still from the US drama ‘The Affair’, a reminder that the broadcaster’s unique selling proposition is the Sky Atlantic channel.

(...) competitors. Because if there’s one thing more contentious than parking in apartment developments, it is(...)

(...). The records date from the 1740s to the 1880s and cover more than 1,000 parishes across the island. The(...)

The Institute of Creative Advertising and Design’s Upstarts programme offers participants an intensive six-week in-agency mentoring programme with an exhibition of their work at the end as part of Design Week 2015

(...) creative side of advertising is one industry that tends to care more about talent than paper qualifications(...)

(...) existence at present, with more added on a frequent basis. Just this week, 37 have been released including a(...)

(...) seems more than 70 per cent of colleagues across the State have accepted the contract to date. However(...)