Villagers are celebrating their first year in the vanguard of an energy revolution delivering power to the people and cash windfalls to rural communities.
Science & Technology
CHIMPANZEE sign language apes the way humans communicate, research has shown.
APPLE iPhone users are being warned of a bug that allows eavesdropping on their devices through the FaceTime app.
THE man behind Blue Planet 2 says there is still hope, despite the marine crisis exposed by the game-changing series.
How Royal Bank of Scotland is embracing creativity and technology to build a safe and secure future for customers.
How are you feeling? Soon your phone will know first as advances in technology will reveal every mood
HOW are you feeling? Well, if you’re not sure, you can soon ask your smartphone.
THE UK's land must be managed in a "fundamentally different" way than it has been since the war to tackle climate change, Government advisers have warned.
Jaws of life? Sharks’ blood could help fight against cancer as scientists discover molecules attack tumours
THEY are feared more for taking lives than saving them but scientists believe sharks could help in the fight against cancer.
Expert says Scotland can help stop global warming by storing harmful gas in old North Sea oil fields
OLD oil fields in the North Sea could hold a key to turning down the heat on global warming, according to a world-leading expert.
Ada Lovelace Day: The story behind the world’s first computer programmer and the celebration of women in STEM careers
THE second Tuesday of every October marks Ada Lovelace Day, celebrating women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers.
ANTIBIOTIC resistance is predicted to be the biggest cause of death in the world by 2050 - with the potential to claim 50 million lives around the globe, leading experts have said.