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Ancient Britons 'replaced' by newcomers
Britain`s Stone Age population was almost completely replaced some 4,500 years ago, a study shows.[click for more]
Government loses clean air court case
Campaigners win a third High Court victory over the UK government`s plans to tackle air pollution.[click for more]
Tasmanian tiger 'joeys' revealed in 3D
Scientists scan Tasmanian tiger specimens to better understand the marsupial`s development in the pouch.[click for more]
Origins of land plants pushed back in time
Plants appeared on land 100 million years earlier than previously thought, according to new research.[click for more]
DNA secrets of how vampire bats became bloodthirsty
New research shows how vampire bats evolved to survive on a diet of blood alone.[click for more]
Ocean plastic tide 'violates the law'
Campaigners may want new laws to fight pollution but the remedies already exist, a new report argues.[click for more]
France to let wolf population grow despite farmers' fears
The government wants the number to rise from 360 to 500 by 2023 but farmers are unhappy.[click for more]
Consumer products' air quality impact 'underestimated'
Chemicals from household products rival vehicles as a key source of urban air pollution.[click for more]
New scanning technique reveals secrets behind great paintings
An innovative scanning system is making it easier to find the hidden stories behind artworks.[click for more]
'100,000 orangutans' killed in 16 years
Borneo has lost a "shocking" number of its great apes, according to a new survey of the island.[click for more]
Pollution blights UK seagrass meadows
Excessive nitrogen from sewage and livestock waste is damaging the health of marine flowering plants.[click for more]
Probe provides rapid lung investigation
Scientists develop technology that goes inside the lung to make fast diagnoses of infection.[click for more]
Quantum computers 'one step closer'
Quantum computing has taken a step forward with the recent development of a silicon-based programmable quantum processor.[click for more]
Musk's Tesla to stay in space for millions of years
A car launched by Elon Musk could stay in space for millions of years before hitting Earth or Venus.[click for more]
Crypto-currency craze 'hinders search for alien life'
A scientist says the search for alien intelligence has been hit by a shortage of computer hardware.[click for more]
UK air pollutants continue decline
Nitrogen pollutants from motor vehicles fell 12% from 2012 to 2016, according to official statistics.[click for more]
Genes remain active after death
Cells continue to function even after an individual dies, a discovery that could be developed into a forensic tool.[click for more]
AI does grunt work on China's pig farms
Alibaba rolls out a system that analyses pig squeals and coughs to improve pork production.[click for more]
New antibiotic family discovered in dirt
The compounds are called malacidins and can kill several stubborn infections, including superbug MRSA.[click for more]
Amazon fish challenges mutation idea
Study of an Amazon fish has challenged ideas about how DNA gathers deadly mutations over time.[click for more]
BBC to ban single-use plastics by 2020 after Blue Planet II
The move comes after the `shocking` scale of plastic waste featured on the Blue Planet II series.[click for more]
Trump budget cuts US cash for International Space Station
Mr Trump`s proposed budget includes funds to transition the space station from public to private.[click for more]
'Oumuamua: 'space cigar's' tumble hints at violent past
The `Oumuamua asteroid from outside our Solar System was involved in a collision, a study finds.[click for more]
Asteroid set for 'close' 43,300 mile flight past Earth on Friday
The asteroid, up to 40m in size and only discovered five days ago, passes by on Friday.[click for more]
Baby Belle, the hand-reared rhino
Belle needed treatment for an injured leg and is Cotswold Wildlife Park`s first hand-reared white rhino calf.[click for more]
The Bornean orangutans clinging on to survival
More than 100,000 of the animals have been killed since 1999.[click for more]
Scientists have developed a lung probe that finds infections
The probe provides access deep inside a patient’s lung, which means doctors will be able to diagnose lung conditions much quicker and more accurately.[click for more]
Woburn Safari Park: Elephant Tarli survives deadly virus
Tarli, an endangered Asian elephant, has beaten the odds to overcome an Ebola-like virus.[click for more]
Antarctic iceberg expedition set to reveal hidden realm
Footage shows the iceberg scientists hope will reveal an Antarctic realm hidden for thousands of years.[click for more]
Nigeria's soil-free salad farm
The entrepreneur growing greens in shipping containers.[click for more]