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Einstein’s waves detected in star smash
Scientists detect the warping of space generated by the collision of two neutron stars.[click for more]
'Big, bad wolf' image flawed - scientists
New research casts doubt on the idea that dogs are naturally more tolerant and friendly than wolves.[click for more]
1,000mph 'Bloodhound' rocket car fires up
World Land Speed record holder Andy Green describes the sensation of starting up the Bloodhound supersonic car for the first time.[click for more]
Penguins die in 'catastrophic' Antarctic breeding season
Only two chicks survived in a colony of 36,000 in a "catastrophic" breeding season in east Antarctica.[click for more]
Nasa carbon space observatory 'watches Earth breathe'
A US space agency satellite provides new insights on how CO2 is moved through Earth`s atmosphere.[click for more]
How do you build the next-generation internet?
What will it take to build the ultra-fast internet of the future?[click for more]
DNA study provides insight into how to live longer
A year in school adds nearly a year to your life, study in Edinburgh shows.[click for more]
UK-Dutch-built Sentinel launches to track air quality
Sentinel-5P lifts off from Russia to make 20 million daily observations of pollution across the globe.[click for more]
Ozone layer recovery could be delayed by 30 years
Rising global emissions of some chemicals could slow the progress made in healing the ozone layer.[click for more]
Clean Growth Plan could see stamp duty incentive for homeowners
The changes are part of the Clean Growth Plan to reduce the UK`s greenhouse emissions.[click for more]
Satellites spy Antarctic 'upside-down ice canyon'
An Antarctic ice shelf is shown to have a deep gorge cut in its underside by warm ocean water.[click for more]
Asteroid close approach to test warning systems
A house-sized asteroid passes close to Earth, allowing scientists to rehearse future strike threats.[click for more]
Mass extinctions 'offer cautionary tale'
Past mass extinctions have the potential to guide modern conservation efforts, say scientists.[click for more]
'Sooty birds' reveal hidden US air pollution
Black carbon trapped in the feathers of songbirds gives new insight into historic US air quality.[click for more]
New evidence on how birds took to the air
Key modifications for flight happened as early as 120 million years ago, a fossil discovery suggests.[click for more]
British mission to giant A-68 berg approved
UK scientists will take a ship to explore waters exposed by a huge new iceberg in the Antarctic.[click for more]
Siberian blue robin excites bird watchers in Orkney
The sighting in North Ronaldsay is believed to be the first time an adult male Siberian blue robin has been seen in the UK.[click for more]
Australia's solar challenge begins
Teams from around the world are competing on solar cars in an epic transcontinental race.[click for more]
Ivory trade to be banned in UK 'to protect elephants'
Conservation groups welcome government proposals for a full-scale ban on sales and exports.[click for more]
Pesticides linked to bee deaths found in most honey samples
A new study finds traces of neonicotinoid chemicals in 75% of honey samples from across the world.[click for more]
Mike Pence wants to see astronauts return to the Moon
The US vice-president expresses the intention for America to send humans back to the lunar surface.[click for more]
Neutron stars: Sound of collision recorded for first time
It`s the first time this noise has ever been detected.[click for more]
How this camel ended up in Norway
The Saetereng family are trying to live a sustainable lifestyle in Akkarfjord, northern Norway.[click for more]
Floating bin sucking up Portsmouth Harbour's rubbish
The ‘Seabin’ can collect the equivalent of around 83,000 plastic bags a year.[click for more]
Why British scientists are watching Iceland's volcanoes
A team of British scientists flies around Iceland`s volcanoes to find out how to avoid future air traffic disruption.[click for more]
Scraping out the London sewers by hand
Fitted with a body camera, a sewer engineer tries to remove a blockage.[click for more]
Kent mussels tested for plastic contamination
Almost two thirds of mussels in the sea around Kent are contaminated with plastic particles, research has shown.[click for more]
Athenia: Is this the wreck of the first British ship torpedoed in WW2?
The remains of a passenger liner torpedoed by a U-boat just hours into the war may have been found.[click for more]
Butterfly swarm shows up on Denver radar system
Weather scientists first mistook the radar pattern to be birds, and turned to social media for help.[click for more]
Clothed in green
We continue to buy new clothes at an incredible rate. How can manufacturers reduce fashion`s environmental footprint?[click for more]