BBC News - Science & Environment
Updated: 41 min 28 sec ago
Intelligence agency GCHQ say pictures of Colossus a reminder of the UK ingenuity that helped defeat Hitler.
The hobbled Peregrine Moon lander will be forced to burn up in Earth's atmosphere.
Despite a drop in fly-tipping on public land, farmers say they are being targeted by criminal gangs.
Cross-party committee says government has not built enough new flood defences or properly maintained the old ones.
Researchers say it will speed up drug testing but animal rights campaigners have grave concerns.
The world's biggest iceberg, A23a, is experiencing rapid decay as it moves through the Southern Ocean.
Climate change will worsen potholes but scientists hope new technology will help make them a thing of the past.
The former secretary of state sets his sights on helping Joe Biden's re-election campaign.
Local councils are struggling to clear blockages and obstructions across the public footpath network.
Scientists discover a huge, ring-shaped structure in space which questions our ideas of the universe.
The city was built 2,500 years ago but may have been abandoned after a volcanic eruption.
Kew scientists discovered nearly 100 new plants and fungi last year - but some may already be extinct.
Climate records tumbled "like dominoes" in 2023, with temperatures far above any recorded level.
Environmental scientists have warned the practice could be devastating for marine life.
Lamposts and mobile charging machines are being touted as the answer to charging electric cars.
Former minister Sir Alok Sharma says he will not vote for plans to guarantee annual oil and gas licensing rounds.
An American spacecraft launched from Florida to land on the lunar surface encounters problems.
Who are the eight surviving members of humanity's greatest feat of exploration?
A wildlife cameraman's close encounter with a silverback as he filmed a process designed to save the species.
'Nature hero' Rosemary Parslow is still helping the wildlife of the Scilly Isles even in her late 80s.