‘When the movements of the lower part of the face are disrupted or hidden, this can be problematic, particularly for positive social interactions.’ Photograph: iStock

Hiding the bottom half of the face with a mask could have a detrimental effect on our ability to socially interact and share other people’s emotions, (...)

Val Cummins of Simply Blue Energy: Irish politicians must begin backing floating wind now to ensure  its potential is unlocked over the next decade. Photograph: John Allen

Val Cummins is probably the only person in Irish corporate life who has dissected 3,000 edible periwinkles. She studied – not ate – the creatures duri(...)

A placard during a Wales independence march in Cardiff on May 11th, 2019 when up to 3,000 people marched through the centre of Cardiff in a demonstration led by the grassroots group YesCymru. Photograph:  Mark Hawkins/Composed Images /Barcroft Media via Getty Images

The campaign for next month’s Senedd parliamentary elections in Wales has been dominated by the coronavirus pandemic and its handling by Mark Drakefor(...)

Test accuracy could even be lower if used at home by members of the public, the research found.

One in five people who undergo rapid Covid testing could be incorrectly told they have the virus, according to new research suggesting accuracy rates (...)

Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham: “The culture is still that Westminster holds all the power and all the money.” Photograph:  Jacob King/PA

The coronavirus crisis has from the beginning revealed the limits of Westminster’s reach, as devolved governments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Irel(...)

‘The difference with Complex PTSD sufferers is the fact that they are associated with functional impairment in their case.’ File photograph: Getty

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) sufferers around the world are benefiting from better treatment options thanks to the work of Ulster University (...)

Planet Venus, seen from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s Akatsuki probe. Photograph: J. Greaves/Cardiff University/JAXA via AP

Scientists said they have detected in the harshly acidic clouds of Venus a gas called phosphine that indicates microbes may inhabit Earth’s inhospitab(...)

‘The ideas we might think of as the shadowy, ridiculous concerns of the extreme internet fringes are actually being waved under our very noses from the White House front lawn.’ Photograph: iStock

“There has been an awakening ... changing the world ... one man at a time.” These are the dramatic words that appear when you visit mgtow.com. In a vi(...)

Professor Andrew Sewell, from Cardiff University’s School of Medicine, where the discovery of a new type of killer immune cell has raised the prospect of a ‘universal’ cancer therapy. Photograph: PA.

A newly discovered type of killer immune cell has raised the prospect of a “universal” cancer therapy, scientists say. Researchers at Cardiff Univers(...)

 Welsh flag: the political landscape has changed irrevocably since 2009, creating room for a more defined and closer relationship between Dublin and Cardiff. Photograph: Thinkstock

Nearly 10 years ago, the then Welsh first minister, Rhodri Morgan, described the decision of the Government to close the Irish Consulate in Cardiff as(...)

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