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Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Gazing monkeys image wins
Two snub-nosed monkeys sitting on a stone is the top shot at Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018.[click for more]
A long walk: New insight into history of dogs and humans
A study of ancient dog DNA shows man`s best friend has been at our side for at least 9,000 years.[click for more]
Ian Kiernan: The man who wanted to clean up the world
Ian Kiernan`s iconic anti-litter campaign, begun in Australia in the 1980s, became a global success.[click for more]
Pompeii: Vesuvius eruption may have been later than thought
Mount Vesuvius erupted on 24 August, 79 AD - or at least, that`s what historians thought until now.[click for more]
The 'ugly duckling' fossil from the deep
Meet the baby reptile that is shedding new light on the giants that lived at the time of T. rex.[click for more]
US senator Elizabeth Warren faces backlash after indigenous DNA claim
President Donald Trump goes on the attack after the Cherokee nation dismisses Elizabeth Warren`s claim.[click for more]
Bloodhound supersonic car hits financial roadblock
The UK-led supersonic car project goes into administration. There are just weeks to save the venture.[click for more]
Would you eat slaughter-free meat?
There`s a looming crisis over the world`s appetite for meat. This chicken nugget may be the answer.[click for more]
Fracking starts at landmark Lancashire site
It is first time fracking has occurred in the UK since it was linked to earthquakes in 2011.[click for more]
Trump: Climate change scientists have 'political agenda'
The US president says he accepts the climate is changing but does not want to "lose millions of jobs".[click for more]
Olive Harrisson: Story of unsung gardener revealed
Who was Miss Harrisson? We now know the story of the gardening pioneer denied a scholarship in 1898.[click for more]
Rothera wharf 'kit of parts' heading to Antarctica
A team is preparing for the trip to the "most remote construction site in the world".[click for more]
UK steps towards zero-carbon economy
Ministers are responding to scientists` climate challenge. But are they doing enough so far?[click for more]
South Africa's ancient lost city of Kweneng rediscovered by lasers
Descendants of the 15th Century residents are now fighting to have it recognised as their homeland.[click for more]
Rice 'safely conserved' in Philippines gene bank
Scientists say that more than 100 thousand varieties of rice have been safeguarded for the future.[click for more]
Is meat's climate impact too hot for politicians?
Climate scientists say we must eat less meat but the UK government will not sell that message.[click for more]
Six climate questions for 'Green GB'
Cars, planes, heating, fracking and food will come under scrutiny as the UK bids to keep climate change to 1.5C.[click for more]
Europe's new koalas arrive at Longleat
Five southern koalas have been flown from Australia to the UK to create a back-up population.[click for more]
Herefordshire firm launches biodegradable crisp packet
The manufacturer says the bags once disposed have a six-month lifespan.[click for more]
The children living on the frontline of climate change
The frightening impact of global warming is seen in drawings by schoolchildren in Vietnam`s Mekong Delta.[click for more]
Chicken nuggets grown in a lab
Can chicken nuggets grown in a lab actually taste like... well... chicken? The BBC`s James Cook put JUST`s chicken to the test.[click for more]
Supersonic Bloodhound hits cash roadblock
The project to race a car at more than 1,000mph runs into a financial roadblock, with the company behind the venture going into administration.[click for more]
Puffin patrol: The children saving Iceland's pufflings
Puffin populations are struggling, but some young volunteers are coming to their rescue.[click for more]
Soyuz crew back to Earth after malfunction
A capsule carrying two crew members on a Russian Soyuz rocket that malfunctioned has landed safely.[click for more]
'Flexitarian' diets key to feeding people in a warming world
Eating more plant-based foods, ending waste and improving farming are vital for the future, say scientists[click for more]
Seafloor mapping XPRIZE final will be in the Mediterranean, off Greek coast
Robots with novel seafloor mapping capabilities will demonstrate their skill in a Greek showdown.[click for more]
'Reasons to be hopeful' on 1.5C global temperature target
IPCC scientist says there are some positive signs about our ability to keep the global temperature rise to 1.5C[click for more]
Four women who changed the face of physics
Four pioneering women who changed the face of physics from the 1800s to the present day.[click for more]
Crisp climate
Ships are the lifeblood of global trade, but their fuel is highly polluting. What`s the answer?[click for more]
Unique insight
The physical effects of being in space offer a unique insight into how our bodies work on Earth.[click for more]