BBC News - Science & Environment
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Scientists use satellites to run the rule over the White Continent's latest mega-berg.
Four aerospace firms will team up in a bid to build a lunar landing system.
The UK will build the first ever liquid air energy storage plant, based on an idea from a backyard inventor.
BBC Radio 5 Live speaks to a space gynaecologist about the impact of space travel on female astronauts.
A Neanderthal tool from the Netherlands bears traces of ancient "glue".
US astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch answer questions about their all-female space walk.
Scientists call for urgent action to prevent peatlands drying out and releasing vast stores of carbon.
New technology - called prime editing - is like a "genetic word processor" able to re-write DNA.
Former professional footballers are three and a half times more likely to die of dementia than people of the same age range in the general population, according to new research.
The lithium powering electric vehicles is found deep beneath the salt flats of Argentina
Dr Katie Bouman's photo of the moment she saw her first black hole image went viral - but it wasn't all good.
At 16, MiMi Aung travelled alone to the US for an education. Now she's a project lead on Nasa's Mars mission.
A UK-assembled European spacecraft aims to take the closest ever pictures and movies of the Sun.
Two female astronauts are making history with the first ever all-women spacewalk.
Scientists are developing the techniques to spot mass stranding events from orbit.
A yellow organism, which looks like fungus but acts like an animal, has gone on display at a Paris zoo.
Extinction Rebellion says it will "take stock" of the reaction to the action for future protests.
Family of inventor says they were designed to be reused to stop trees from being destroyed.
A committee is set up to push climate action but critics point to delay on environment policy.
The leashed beasts may look like large powerful dogs, but they still have the wild heart of a wolf.